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looky Line breaks: looky
Pronunciation: /ˈlʊki/

Definition of looky in English:


Used to draw attention to what one is about to say: Looky there! You’ve gone and broken it
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  • One for her, one for you and, looky, she's so busy learning she forgot she wanted to make out with you.
  • Kira completely ignored what he was whining about, and said ‘Ohh looky!’
  • I'm sure his opinion is that ‘it isn't my book, it's their film’ and ‘ooh looky, I've got some money.’

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