Definition of not like the look or sound of in English:

not like the look (or sound) of

Find worrying or alarming: I don’t like the look of that head injury
More example sentences
  • He didn't like the look of either of them, and from the glares both of them gave him it was obvious that the feeling was very mutual.
  • ‘I don't like the sound of the plans,’ he said, ‘and I'm going to support those opposing the development.’
  • But I don't like the sound of such totalitarian measures.
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