increased place or construction commanding an extensive view, useful for observation.
a person who keeps view.
Southern Atlantic U.S. Outlook; view.
An object of concern or stress. See Synonyms at event.
A vantage point with a view of the surrounding area.
one on watch for approaching enemy, authorities, etc.
a topic for observance; a prospect or view.
your viewpoint, perspective; ergo, a person's responsibility. (used with a possessive pronoun or a noun in a possessive kind).
A careful hunting or seeing for almost any object or event.
The place where these types of observance is made.
an individual involved with watching; a sentinel; a sentry.
item or task of forethought and care; obligation.
A watching when it comes to look or occurrence of such a thing, especially from without; vigilant observance or scrutiny; watch: because, to keep a great lookout at sea; becoming in search of an opportunity.
a location in which a watch is held; a post of external observation: as, the search on a ship's mast.
you or party engaged in keeping view, specifically for things external.
The subject of observance or vigilance; something to-be watched for or guarded against: as, every man's interest is their own search.
A prospect or view; an outlook.
In car-building, a glazed clearstory on the top of a caboose, built to allow the train-hands to obtain a definite view over the tops associated with the vehicles in a train.
the act of searching
a person employed maintain watch for some predicted occasion
an increased post affording a broad view
a structure commanding a wide view of its environments