see in

see something in someone or something

to appreciate a certain quality in someone or something. I see a strong sense of dignity in Fred. That's good. I now see the strong points in your proposal.
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see in

v.
To escort someone or something into a place: The receptionist sees in our visitors. The butler will see you in.
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References in classic literature ?
I waited, scarce breathing, watching the thing creep stealthily toward me, its great eyes luminous in the darkness of the cave's interior, and at last I knew that those eyes were directed upon me, for the Wieroo can see in the darkness better than even the lion or the tiger.
Then and not before, did Trotty see in every Bell a bearded figure of the bulk and stature of the Bell--incomprehensibly, a figure and the Bell itself.
The girl could not see in the darkness the gloating, triumphant expression on the speaker's face.
For the published decisions in this case, see In Re Anwar Haddam, 2000 BIA LEXIS 20 (BIA Dec.
EQIR, Immigration Court, July 30, 1999) (decision following remand); see In Re Anwar Haddam, 2000 BIA LEXIS 20 (BIA December 1, 2000).
The man who interviewed Eva was polite and respectful, as Snagsby had promised, and he was thrilled to see in his file that I worked for the Los Angeles Times.