watchdog[ woch-dawg, -dog ]SEE DEFINITION OF watchdog
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"Perhaps he feels as if he were our watchdog, Babbie," she said.
And then the "watchdog" exhibited the first evidence of spirit that it had ever been known to show.
To mention the case of the Montana to this watchdog was dangerous.
“Stephen the Watchdog knows me,” said Derette, drawing a long breath.
"It wouldn't be a bad thing to have a watchdog," said Henry.
Wolves—The wolf is regarded as the servant and watchdog of Kana′tĭ.
Mr. Stadmeyer requested me to attend, though he is really our watchdog.
The Boy was inordinately proud of his pet's watchdog prowess.
Dr. Grayle was awaiting her in the corridor, a watchdog, patient and placid.
This individual is employed by a landlord to act as his watchdog in a block of flats.