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view

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1 all that can be seen from a certain point

  • the view of the mountains from the inn's porch is spectacular
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3 an instance of looking especially briefly

  • took a quick view of the Web page and decided that it didnʼt have what he was looking for
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4 a close look at or over someone or something in order to judge condition

  • upon closer view the painting was an obvious forgery
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opinion, view, belief, conviction, persuasion, sentiment mean a judgment one holds as true. opinion implies a conclusion thought out yet open to dispute.
    • each expert seemed to have a different opinion
view suggests a subjective opinion.
    • very assertive in stating his views
belief implies often deliberate acceptance and intellectual assent.
    • a firm belief in her party's platform
conviction applies to a firmly and seriously held belief.
    • the conviction that animal life is as sacred as human
persuasion suggests a belief grounded on assurance (as by evidence) of its truth.
    • was of the persuasion that everything changes
sentiment suggests a settled opinion reflective of one's feelings.
    • her feminist sentiments are well-known

view

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1 to look over closely (as for judging quality or condition)

  • I'll have to view all of the evidence before making a decision
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go over

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2 to make note of (something) through the use of one's eyes

  • viewed the latest changes and approved them
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get a load of [slang], lay eyes on, set eyes on

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3 to think of in a particular way

  • I view housework as a necessary evil
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take for


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