monitor[ mon-i-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF monitor
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Samuel, like the rest, had felt the sudden apparition of this monitor.
Written three days before the foundering of the Monitor off Hatteras, Dec. 31st 1862.
Being a downeaster, he liked to keep on good terms with that monitor.
We went; we bore down upon the Monitor, now in deeper water.
The Monitor dropped astern, and again we turned and tried to ram her.
The Monitor was there, an old foe—the cheese box on a shingle.
She was, indeed, his safeguard and his hourly monitor while she lived.
He cooled down considerably and looked meditatively at his monitor.
The Monitor was a Kessingland craft, and belonged to one Hutton.
Of course a monitor could do no wrong, and it was no use objecting on that score.