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sit at

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Sit at: to be seated in front of something, such as a table. He sat at the table, taking his tea.

shout at

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Jeer at someone or something: to poke fun at someone; to make rude sounds at someone. Please stop jeering at my cousin! The others just jeered at my idea. lunge at someone or something: to leap toward someone or something, especially with …

appraise at

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Appraise something at: to study something and place a monetary value on it. The building was appraised at $25 million. They appraised the house at twice what it is worth. Appraise at: to be worth (a certain amount of money), as judged by a…

look at

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Gaze at: look steadily and intently, especially in admiration, surprise, or thought. He could only gaze at her in astonishment. Look at: direct one's gaze in a specified direction. People were looking at him. Marvel at someone or something…