To behold to look at
- The act of searching sight gaze glimpse
- the beginning or duration or conclusion or repetition associated with the activity of a verb
- the artistic percept of a region
- a distinct feature or aspect in a challenge
- a characteristic to be considered
- the thoughts expressed on someone's face
- The work of searching; sight; gaze; glance.
- search, or certain look of this face; countenance; mien; air.
- Appearance to the eye or the head; look; view.
- Position or circumstance pertaining to witnessing; that position which enables anyone to try a specific direction; position in relation to the things of this compass; as, a residence has actually a southern aspect, that's, a situation which faces the south.
- Prospect; outlook.
- the problem of planets or performers regarding one another, and/or angle formed by the rays of light proceeding from their store and meeting during the eye; the combined look of planets or performers upon each other or upon the earth.
- The impact of the stars permanently or wicked; because, an ill aspect.
- To behold; to check out.
View; item; chance. Implies the existence of choices. Used in the expressions "bill with a double aspect" and "contingency with a double aspect."
late 14c., an astrological term, "relative place associated with the planets as they look from earth" (in other words., the way they "look at" the other person); later on in addition "way of seeing things," from Latin aspectus "a seeing, considering, sight, view, countenance, look," from past participle of aspicere "to consider," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + specere "to check" (see range (n.1)). Meaning "the appearance one wears, the appearance of things" attested by early 15c.
(n.) The act of searching; sight; gaze; glance.
- (letter.) Look, or particular look associated with face; countenance; mien; atmosphere.
- (n.) Appearance towards eye or perhaps the mind; look; view.
- (n.) Position or circumstance for seeing; that place which enables someone to try looking in a specific path; place in relation to the things of the compass; because, a home features a southern aspect, that's, a situation which deals with the south.
- (n.) Prospect; perspective.
- (n.) The specific situation of planets or movie stars regarding one another, or the direction formed by the rays of light continuing from their store and satisfying during the attention; the shared appearance of planets or movie stars upon both or upon the planet earth.
- (letter.) The influence associated with the movie stars permanently or bad; since, an ill aspect.
- (letter.) To behold; to look at.
It is clear from Liebig's publications that he first regarded yeast as a lifeless, albuminoid mass; but, although later he considered they were living cells, he would never admit that fermentation was a physiological process, the chemical aspect being paramount in the mind of this distinguished investigator.