watch out[ woch ]SEE DEFINITION OF watch out
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He's one of these kind of men you want to watch out for when your back's turned, Duke.
He stayed my watch out for me, and I hope I was decently grateful.
"We'll watch out that nothing like that happens to us," answered Dave.
The man took his watch out of his pocket and studied for a moment.
I'll just watch out to see that everything's all right with you, and then I'll skidoo.
But when his temper is aroused and gets away from him, then watch out!
He had his watch out a thousand times trying to read its face.
You want to watch out, he'll do almost anything to get square.
After that you will have to watch out for yourselves as usual.
"You watch out for that Fred Plaice," Anita said, almost scoldingly.