looking

Examine vs Looking - What's the difference?

examine | looking |


As verbs the difference between examine and looking

is that examine is while looking is .

As a noun looking is

(obsolete) the act of one who looks; a glance.

Looking vs Exploring - What's the difference?

looking | exploring |


As verbs the difference between looking and exploring

is that looking is while exploring is .

As nouns the difference between looking and exploring

is that looking is (obsolete) the act of one who looks; a glance while exploring is the action of the verb explore.

Looking vs Scavenging - What's the difference?

looking | scavenging |


As verbs the difference between looking and scavenging

is that looking is while scavenging is .

As nouns the difference between looking and scavenging

is that looking is (obsolete) the act of one who looks; a glance while scavenging is the act of searching through refuse for useful material.

Looking vs Viewing - What's the difference?

looking | viewing |


As verbs the difference between looking and viewing

is that looking is while viewing is .

As nouns the difference between looking and viewing

is that looking is (obsolete) the act of one who looks; a glance while viewing is an instance of viewing something.

Looking vs Pursuit - What's the difference?

looking | pursuit |


As nouns the difference between looking and pursuit

is that looking is (obsolete) the act of one who looks; a glance while pursuit is the act of pursuing.

As a verb looking

is .

Looking vs Emulate - What's the difference?

looking | emulate |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between looking and emulate

is that looking is (obsolete) the manner in which one looks; appearance; countenance while emulate is (obsolete) striving to excel; ambitious; emulous.

As verbs the difference between looking and emulate

is that looking is while emulate is to attempt to equal or be the same as.

As a noun looking

is (obsolete) the act of one who looks; a glance.

As an adjective emulate is

(obsolete) striving to excel; ambitious; emulous.

Investigating vs Looking - What's the difference?

investigating | looking |


As verbs the difference between investigating and looking

is that investigating is while looking is .

As a noun looking is

(obsolete) the act of one who looks; a glance.

Watch vs Looking - What's the difference?

watch | looking |


As nouns the difference between watch and looking

is that watch is a portable or wearable timepiece while looking is (obsolete) the act of one who looks; a glance.

As verbs the difference between watch and looking

is that watch is (label) to look at, see, or view for a period of time while looking is .

Looking vs Starting - What's the difference?

looking | starting |


As verbs the difference between looking and starting

is that looking is while starting is .

As nouns the difference between looking and starting

is that looking is (obsolete) the act of one who looks; a glance while starting is the act of something that starts.

Ogling vs Looking - What's the difference?

ogling | looking |


As nouns the difference between ogling and looking

is that ogling is action of the verb to ogle while looking is (obsolete) the act of one who looks; a glance.

As verbs the difference between ogling and looking

is that ogling is while looking is .

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