Definition of looky-loo in English:

looky-loo

Syllabification: look·y-loo
Pronunciation: /ˈlo͝okē ˌlo͞o/

Entry from US English dictionary

(also lookie-loo)

noun

informal
1A person who, out of curiosity, lingers around the scene of an accident, etc., or strives to get a look into the private property of others, especially celebrities: the trespassing looky-loos caused her to build a fence around the front yard
1.1A person who seems interested in making a purchase, but whose actual intention is only to browse: a treat for all the North Shore’s looky-loos: the popular Spring Designer Kitchen Tour

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