Watch synonyms

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A portable timepiece
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Police means to enforce the rules, or to enforce law and order.
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A small timepiece, typically attached to a chain, designed to be carried in a pocket
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To survey or study mentally; consider:
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) To attend; to be attentive; to focus one's attention.
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(Idiomatic) To watch and pay attention to.
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At hand
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Hunter green.
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To behave obediently:
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To be attentive
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To guard
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Patrol is defined as to regularly guard an area.
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To serve as a picket
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The action of neglecting
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The property of being sleepy.
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The definition of a clock is a device for measuring and showing the time of day, or a decoration on the side of a sock or stocking coming up from the ankle.
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(Video games) A major or final enemy; boss.
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To serve as a guard.
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To keep safe; to defend; to guard; to prevent harm coming to.
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(Archaic) To give attentive heed to or show concern for
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​ To be present at (an event or place) in order to take part in some action or proceedings. [from 17th c.]
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To like or appreciate; to consider to be appealing, tasteful, or suitable.
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(Idiomatic) To watch or protect; to keep safe.
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To have the care and supervision of
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(R.C.Ch.) The rule observed by a religious order
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(Uncountable, with possessive) A person's youth or young adulthood, as opposed to the present day.
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To come to or toward a common center
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The act or process of perceiving something, such as a phenomenon, often by means of an instrument, and making a record of the resulting information.
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A careful, continuous watch; surveillance
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A vantage point with a view of the surrounding area.
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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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The eve of a religious festival observed by staying awake as a devotional exercise.
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Someone who protects or guards, by assignment or on their own initiative.
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A guard, especially a soldier posted at a given spot to prevent the passage of unauthorized persons.
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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 period of something, usually painful or unpleasant
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An attempt; an effort:
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A hobble or limp:
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(Baseball, Cricket) The period of play in which a team has a turn at bat, completed in baseball by three outs and in cricket by ten outs
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The act of shifting from one person, place, position, etc. to another; change; transfer; substitution
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(Australian) A period of rest.
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The definition of a stretch is a long, unbroken period of time or distance.
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A turn or shift of work; esp., a period of duty or military service at a single place
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(Slang) An act of prostitution. Generally used with turn.
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A fit or a period of giddiness.
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Wake is a pre-burial gathering of the family and friends of someone who has recently died.
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To look at or on attentively or carefully
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To admit or receive, as for consultation or a social visit:
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To have the care and supervision of
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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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Rite; a repeated set of actions
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The definition of apathy is a lack of emotion or interest.
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A portable timepiece
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A watch with a hand or a digital readout that can be started and stopped instantly so as to indicate seconds or fractions of seconds, as for timing races
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An exceptionally precise timepiece.
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A watch, usually electronic, that displays time in the form of numbers, rather than by a dial and hands.
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US spelling of analogue watch
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A ticker tape.
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The act of close or careful observing or listening:
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A period of duty or vigilance
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The person or persons on such a watch.
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A period of duty or vigilance
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A period of duty or vigilance
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(Nautical) Aboard a ship, either of the two short two-hour watches that take place between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
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(Nautical) The middle watch on a ship, from midnight to 4 am.
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A night shift in a factory or other place of work, especially one from midnight to 8 AM on a three-shift schedule.
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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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(Sports) One who is employed to observe and report on the strategies and players of rival teams.
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(--- Informal) A person hired to detect dishonest acts by employees, as in a bank.
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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 person responsible for signaling or receiving signals
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A man who signals with or carries a flag.
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A detail of the US Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard serving as military police ashore.
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A trademark for a US stock-market index composed of 500 actively traded, large cap stocks.
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To say or mention casually; remark
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To look at very carefully; examine closely; inspect minutely
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To occur or be evident as a consequence; result:
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Mark is defined as to put an indication or symbol on something in order to identify it.
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To make a conscious effort to hear; attend closely, so as to hear
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To wait is defined as to stay or remain in one place until something happens.
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(Intransitive, often with of) To notice; to take note.
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To think about intently; study carefully
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Mentally responsive and perceptive; quick.
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Having knowledge or discernment of something:
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Exercising surveillance.
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The definition of vigilant is watchful and alert.
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Characterized by vigilance
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(Greek mythology) A fabulous being of antiquity, also called Argus Panoptes, said to have had a hundred eyes. His eyes were transplanted to the peacock’s tail. He was a servant of the Greek goddess Hera.
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The state of being a chaperon
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A member of any military body called a “guard”
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The act of watching or invigilating.
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An attitude or point of view.
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Strict attention
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A small scouting boat used to observe and report on an opposing naval force.
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Someone who keeps vigil
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To look at or on attentively or carefully
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To act as chaperone to or for.
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(Sports) To attempt to retain a title, or attempt to reach the same stage in a competition as one did in the previous edition of that competition.
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To look at or on attentively or carefully
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To eye is defined as to look at or observe.
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To render (an object or image) in clear outline or sharp detail by adjustment of one's vision or an optical device; bring into focus.
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To look at or on attentively or carefully
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To direct one's eyes in order to see
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To keep track of systematically with a view to collecting information:
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To detect; to perceive with the mind.
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To survey; watch
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To supervise (an academic examination)
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Scan is defined as to closely and quickly look at something, to use an electronic device to copy an image or text into a digital file, or to analyze verse into metrical verse.
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To explore; to view; inspect and examine secretly, as a country.
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To gaze or look steadily with eyes wide open, as in fear, admiration, wonder, incomprehension, etc.
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Supervise is to watch, direct and manage a task or someone's performance.
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To look at or on attentively or carefully
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To view with a scrutinizing eye; to examine.
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To look at or on attentively or carefully
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To look at or on attentively or carefully
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The definition of harm is to hurt or damage something.
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To undermine, impede, or damage.
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To disregard deliberately; pay no attention to; refuse to consider
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To ignore deliberately or indulgently; disregard:
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To proceed past something
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Advice to be cautious:
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(Followed by a to infinitive) To be likely, or probable to do something, or to have a certain characteristic. [from the mid-14th c.]
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a person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event
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To decide or settle (a dispute, for example) conclusively and authoritatively.
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Check means to test, examine, compare or inspect something to see if it is as it should be.
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(Idiomatic) To discover, as by asking or exploring.
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To ascertain is defined as to verify or confirm something.
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To come to know; to become informed of; to find out.
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(Idiomatic) To watch; to observe.
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To be the victim of (something unpleasant, painful etc.). [from 13th c.]
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To find by looking: to hunt out.
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(Idiomatic) To be aware or conscious; to look closely or carefully; to use caution. Often used in the imperative.
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(Idiomatic) To guard and protect.
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A unit of a military organization whose duty is to police that particular organization. They are in charge of law enforcement on military property, and of military personnel.
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Those who keep a watch, sense 3
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(Intransitive) To oversee a test or exam.
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To look at or on attentively or carefully
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