crossmr :the original post didn't really specify whether or not he was talking about looks in facial appearance or looks in style.
Hang on here. Let's not get things confused. Re-read the the first three posts, where this is clarified.
The main thrust of this thread has been about verb agreement with 'looks'.
Then the issue of 'look' and it's plural 'looks' arose, versus 'his good looks'.
I might also say "I like the look of your face."
Though the dictionary doesn't really make a facial distinction and looks is often used to refer to the general appearance of something:
Yes - yes - in the same way I could say, "I like the look of your new haistyle." and "Brad Pitt's new looks" (referring to hairstyles/clothes/whatever).
Let's not confuse this with 'my good looks' ='my handsomeness'
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