lookout

[ look-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF lookout

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I have set Sharp to keep a lookout for him, but he has learned nothing as yet.

For a whole month the German vanguard remained on the lookout in the village.

Always he was on the lookout for the trail of the gods where it might leave the river and proceed inland.

With what eagerness the sailors must have kept on the lookout!

I found out afterwards that they'd been on the lookout for the bombshell for half an hour.

Sam was forward, keeping a lookout and fretting at the delay.

Jed, on the lookout for just such symptoms, was trying to cheer him up.

It's their lookout, not mine; an' I ain't got no love for coyotes no how.'

Chet, too, turned to the lookout by which he stood and stared through it.

The steep hills on our left form at once a hiding-place and a lookout.

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