advice, apprehension, aspect, attitude, belief, concept, conception, conclusion, conviction, credence, creed, discernment, doctrine, estimate, estimation, idea, impression, intent, judgment, notion, perception, perspective, platform, position, posture, regard, representation, respect, sentiment, slant, stand, standpoint, supposition, theory, thought
appearance, aspect, complexion, conspectus, contemplation, coverage, design, gaze, glimpse, ken, lookout, object, observation, outlook, panorama, posture, preview, prospect, purpose, purview, reaction, scene, scenery, scrutiny, show, side, vista, spectacle, vision
associated concepts: demand of a view, inspection of the scene of an accident, view of an inquest
apprehend, attend, behold, consider, contemplate, detect, discern, envisage, examine, explore, glance at, have in sight, inspect, look at, look on, notice, observe, opine, perceive, pierce, recognize, reconnoiter, reflect upon, regard, scan, scrutinize, see, study, surmise, survey, take stock of, think about, watch, witness
associated concepts: view the crime scene
advice, apprehend (perceive), apprehension (perception), aspect, assumption (supposition), complexion, concept, conclusion (determination), conviction (persuasion), coverage (scope), credence, design (intent), detect, discern (detect with the senses), estimate (idea), idea, intent, notice (observe), notion, observation, observe (watch), opine, opinion (belief), perception, perspective, pierce (discern), platform, position (point of view), posture (attitude), purview, reaction (response), recognize (perceive), regard (pay attention), scene, scrutinize, side, spy, stand (position), standpoint, study, surmise, survey (examine), suspect (think), theory, witness (have direct knowledge of)
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
n.1 An unobstructed look out of the windows of a dwelling.2 An urban encumbrance prohibiting the building of anything that would obstruct a person's view from his or her window.3 A jury's trip to a crime scene or other location thought necessary to see the physical particulars of the case before it that might not be capable of being observed in the courtroom.4 A lineup.See also lineup.
Webster's New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000.