relook

verb
re·look | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈlu̇k \
relooked; relooking

Definition of relook 

intransitive verb

: to look again relooked at the map After receiving some complaints, they decided to relook at the issue. "… For me, art allows you to relook at everything, to question the way you think and why you think things in a certain way …" —Mario Testino

First Known Use of relook

1779, in the meaning defined above

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