watchfulness[ woch-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF watchfulness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WATCHFULNESS
With some dryness, she preached energy, watchfulness, and a hopeful mind.
It was the hush of portent, the hush of watchfulness, the hush of a threatening tension.
His large eyes were full of a sort of cloudy rebuke and watchfulness.
And thus she opposed to the mother's new watchfulness the watchfulness of the child.
The watchfulness seemed to have gone from his eyes, his muscles to have relaxed.
In the former case, all was zeal, activity, and watchfulness.
The only way will be to hide so as to elude his watchfulness.
Did you observe the watchfulness of Miss Loring on the lawn?
Nan returned unseen, and disappeared despite his watchfulness.
It was too cold, and there was need for watchfulness, and the plain was too unhappy—the plain was too unhappy.