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Lookers-on

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The man on the dyke always hurls well. The man standing on the mound, and looking at those who are playing at hurling, can see the faults and criticise them. Umpires are lookers-on.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Look Alive
Look Black (To)
Look Blue (To)
Look Daggers (To)
Look as Big as Bull Beef (To)
Look before You Leap
Look for a Needle in a Bottle of Hay (To)
Look not a Gift Horse in the Mouth
Look One Way and Row Another (To)
Look through Blue Glasses or Coloured Spectacles
Lookers-on
Looking Back
Looking-glass
Loom
Loony or Luny
Loophole
Loose
Loose-coat Field
Loose Fish (A)
Loose-girt Boy (The)
Loose-strife