Lookout synonyms

lo͝ok'out'
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The members of a ship's crew on duty during a specific watch.
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Outlook is a point of view, how things are looking for the future, somewhere that offers a nice view or the view from such a place.
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The definition of a view is a range of sight, what is being seen or an opinion.
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The location or probable location of a mineral deposit.
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An unlimited view in all directions
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A message posted in an electronic forum. [from 20th c.]
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So much of a play as passes without change of locality or time, or important change of character; hence, a subdivision of an act; a separate portion of a play, subordinate to the act, but differently determined in different plays; as, an act of four scenes.
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A person or thing that warns, offers encouragement or guidance, etc.
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A cylindrical shaft type of blast furnace used for remelting metals, usually iron, before casting.
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Alternative spelling of crow's nest.
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A high tower from which a sentinel watches for enemies, forest fires, etc.; lookout
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A place of vantage
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A building equipped for scientific observation, esp. such a building with a large telescope for astronomical research
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(Architecture) A turret or other raised structure offering a pleasant view of the surrounding area.
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A lookout or vantage point
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A place of vantage
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A place of vantage
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A small shelter for a posted sentry.
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A place of vantage
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(US) A raised platform on the roof of a house, especially one on a coastal house originally used for viewing the arrival of shipping
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A place of vantage
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A person who watches, esp. one who keeps watch beside a sick or dead person
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Watch; guard.
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The definition of a scout is someone sent out to get information, or a member of the Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts.
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(Informal) An interlocking tower.
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A person hired to guard a building or other property against thieves, vandals, or trespassers, esp. at night
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(Nautical) The armoured control tower of an early iron warship from which the ship was navigated in battle
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(Rail transport) An employee, normally travelling in the last vehicle of a train, responsible for the safety of the train.
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An official, usually a member of a group, sent by a UN committee to collect and report facts on the situation in a special area
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A military unit sent out on a reconnaissance or combat mission.
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A distant view; vista
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A duty, obligation or liability for which someone is held accountable.
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Someone who protects or guards, by assignment or on their own initiative.
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A guard, particularly on duty at the entrance to a military base.
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The definition of a ward is a wing of a hospital, a division of a prison, or a person, especially a child, who is dependent upon the care and support of an appointed guardian.
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A remarkable or spectacular view; spectacle
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A distant view or prospect, especially one seen through an opening, as between rows of buildings or trees.
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That which is done or is to be done; matter; concern; business of any kind, commercial, professional, or public; — often in the plural.
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The variety of this activity in which a person is engaged:
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A matter of interest or importance to one; that which relates to or affects one; affair; matter; business
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The state or quality of being aware of something
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(American football) Any of the defensive players who are in position furthest from the line of scrimmage and whose responsibility is to defend against passes as well as to be the tacklers of last resort.
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The office of a bishop or archbishop; bishopric or archbishopric
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Something that concerns or involves one personally
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a structure commanding a wide view of its surroundings
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a person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event
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A person or thing that spots
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A person, as a member of a labor union on strike, stationed outside a factory, store, or public building, often carrying a sign, to demonstrate opposition to certain views or practices, keep strikebreakers from entering, or dissuade people from buying
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A legal investigative process entailing a close observing or listening to a person in effort to gather evidentiary information about the commission of a crime, or lesser improper behavior (as with surveillance of wayward spouse in domestic relations proceedings). Wiretapping, eavesdropping, shadowing, tailing, and electronic observation are all examples of this law-enforcement technique.
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Alternative spelling of watchtower.
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The quality or state of being vigilant; watchfulness
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A height from which to view surroundings
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Find another word for lookout. In this page you can discover 54 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for lookout, like: watch, outlook, view, prospect, panorama, post, scene, beacon, cupola, crow-s-nest and watchtower.