He looked at
the two, less and less attentively, and his eyes in gloomy abstraction sought the ground and looked about him in the old way.
I looked at
her hands, as represented in the portrait.
Though himself much more of a public man than the judge, he conveyed exactly the fine shade of self-effacement before the King's justice; and though everyone looked at
him as they would at the Prime Minister or the Archbishop of Canterbury, they could have said nothing of his part in it but that it was that of a private gentleman, with an accent on the noun.
Was he to blame for the manner in which he looked at
her and spoke to her?
She heard a chirp and a twitter, and when she looked at
the bare flower-bed at her left side there he was hopping about and pretending to peck things out of the earth to persuade her that he had not followed her.
She still looked at
me with steady, inquiring eyes.
Crayford dashed the tears from her eyes--steadied herself--and looked at
Tulliver looked at
them all three alternately with a startled gaze; the idea that much had happened of which he knew nothing had often transiently arrested him before, but it came upon him now with entire novelty.
And Laurie looked at
her with an expression which made her answer in a whisper.
She turned her hands over and over in her lap and looked at
them curiously; her old hands, that had done so much work for her.
I had seen no others like them since I looked into them last, though I had looked at
so many thousands of human faces.
I feel that if I looked at
him any longer, I might be tempted to say something out loud; and what would become of me then