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Is there any difference in meaning between look through the window and look out of the window and look from the window? For example:

I often look though the window when it's raining.

I often look out of the window when it's raining.

I often look from the window when it's raining.

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It is possible that "look through the window" could mean from the outside looking in.

John stood outside the house, looking through the window at the people partying inside.

But in the context you give, the meaning is almost the same. I wouldn't use "from the window" unless you were saying "Looking from a 10th-floor window", which is really about "from the 10th floor".

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