overlook : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a high place affording a good view
- v look past, fail to notice
- v be oriented in a certain direction
The apartment overlooks the Hudson
- v leave undone or leave out
- v look down on
- v watch over
I am overlooking her work
- Adderall is the perfect answer for adhd, provided you overlook the fact that it's a stimulant like Dexedrine.
- New foundations stabilize the ancient walls, and polymer mesh strengthens the faades that so magnificently overlook the Hunza Valley.
- Adderall is the perfect answer for ADHD, provided that you overlook the fact that it's a stimulant like Dexedrine.
- Serena Williams in TSN
You can never underestimate anyone, and Sam is actually a wonderful clay- court player,Williams said. "She's someone you can't overlook."
- Lauryn Hill in msnbc.com
...also takes aim at the music industry, suggesting it didn't nurture her with enough care or patience: "Oftentimes," Hill says, "the machine can overlook the need to take care of the people who produce the sounds that have a lot to do with...
- Mike Hargrove in USA Today
With all the hype going into this game with Matsuzaka and Ichiro, I kept in the back of my mind that people better not overlook our guy,Mariners manager Mike Hargrove said. "I think this guy is ultra special, and we're sure glad he's on...