Thesaurus / watchdog
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The grim brute, like the watchdog of the old mythology, has three heads, and each gaping for honey cakes.

In the hush of midnight he could hear the watchdog bark, distant and vague, from the far opposite shore of the Hudson.

His instinct was merely to remain there, like a watchdog, and never take his eyes off her till the time came for him to spring.

"Persons Unknown"Virginia Tracy

It was Stephen the Watchdog who looked in over the half-door to give this piece of information.

One Snowy NightEmily Sarah Holt

Yet, such is the nature of dogs and men, the watchdog was never more numerous nor more alert than today.

And someone, please, with a little more scope of interest than my present watchdog.

DeathworldHarry Harrison

One day he was severely bitten by the watchdog and, three days later, the dog was found poisoned.

The watchdog at the gate can size up a swindler as well as a man.

The dog is in every case an especially sacred animal—the shepherd's dog, the watchdog, the hunting-dog, even the prowling dog.

His duty is to guard the honor of the city, and his pose is much like that of the watchdog.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.