Common misspellings for watch

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Definitions of watch

  1.   observe or determine by looking; " Watch how the dog chases the cats away"
  2.   To tend; guard; keep in sight.
  3.   a small portable timepiece
  4.   To be attentive; to look with attention; to keep guard; to lie in wait for; to observe attentively in order to detect or prevent; to attend on the sick during the night.
  5.   To remain awake with any one as nurse or attendant; to attend on the sick during the night; as, to watch with a man in a fever.
  6.   The period of the night during which a person does duty as a sentinel, or guard; the time from the placing of a sentinel till his relief; hence, a division of the night.
  7.   That part, usually one half, of the officers and crew, who together attend to the working of a vessel for an allotted time, usually four hours. The watches are designated as the port watch, and the starboard watch.
  8.   be vigilant, be on the lookout, be on one's guard, be careful; " Watch out for pickpockets!"
  9.   the period during which someone ( especially a guard) is on duty
  10.   Watcher.
  11.   look attentively; " watch a basketball game"
  12.   a devotional watch ( especially on the eve of a religious festival)
  13.   A pocket mechanism for keeping time.
  14.   The act of watching; forbearance of sleep; vigil; wakeful, vigilant, or constantly observant attention; close observation; guard; preservative or preventive vigilance; formerly, a watching or guarding by night.
  15.   To guard; to have in keeping; to lie in wait for; to tend; to note carefully. To watch over, to be cautiously observant of.
  16.   Act of watching; guard; one who watches, or those who watch: time of watching; division of the night: pocket timepiece.
  17.   To look with attention: to keep guard: to look out.
  18.   see or watch; " view a show on television"; " This program will be seen all over the world"; " view an exhibition"; " Catch a show on Broadway"; " see a movie"
  19.   To be or keep awake; keep guard; act as an attendant.
  20.   a person employed to watch for something to happen
  21.   Close observation; vigilance; attendance without sleep; a watchman; a guard or sentry; division of the night; period, usually of four hours, during which a given part of a ship's crew are on duty on deck; a pocket timepiece.
  22.   To be attentive or vigilant; to give heed; to be on the lookout; to keep guard; to act as sentinel.
  23.   To serve the purpose of a watchman by floating properly in its place; - said of a buoy.
  24.   To be or keep awake; to be attentive; to look with expectation; to keep guard; to act as sentinel; to be vigilant; to be insidiously attentive; to attend on the sick during the night.
  25.   An allotted portion of time, usually four hour for standing watch, or being on deck ready for duty. Cf. Dogwatch.
  26.   To keep in view: to give heed to: to have in keeping: to guard.
  27.   A small timepiece, or chronometer, to be carried about the person, the machinery of which is moved by a spring.
  28.   To wait expectantly; followed by for.
  29.   Act of looking out: close observation: guard: one who watches or those who watch: a sentry: the place where a guard is kept: time of watching, esp. in a ship: a division of the night: a pocket timepiece. The essential parts of a watch are the dial on which the hours, minutes, and seconds are marked, the hands which move round the dial pointing to these divisions, the train of wheels which carry round the hands, etc., the blanace which regulates the motion of the wheels, and the coiled spring ( the mainspring), whose elastic force produces the motion of the whole machinery, the movement being inclosed in a protecting case usually of gold or silver.
  30.   The post or office of a watchman; also, the place where a watchman is posted, or where a guard is kept.
  31.   To be awake; to be or continue without sleep; to wake; to keep vigil.
  32.   A repeating watch or repeater has in addition a small bell, gong, or other sounding object on which the hours, half- hours, quarters, etc., are struck on the compression of a spring. A chronometer watch or pocket chronometer isone of the finest kinds of watches fitted with a compensation balance and other devices which prevent the variations of temperature from affecting the regular movement of the watch. Watches were invented at Nuremberg about the beginning of the sixteenth century, and for a long time the wearing of a watch was considered in some degree a mark or proof of gentility. Thus Malvolio remarks in anticipation of his great fortune. " I frown the while; and perchance wind up my watch, or play with my- some rich jewel."- Shak.
  33.   To give heed to; to observe the actions or motions of, for any purpose; to keep in view; not to lose from sight and observation; as, to watch the progress of a bill in the legislature.
  34.   To be on the alert; be wakeful; serve as a watchman.
  35.   To keep in view; give heed to; guard.
  36.   To observe closely; keep in view; guard.
  37.   To tend; to guard; to have in keeping.
  38.   Forbearance of sleep; attendance without sleep; attention; close observation; guard; a watchman or watchmen set for a guard; the place where guard is kept; post or office of a watchman; a certain period of the night in which one person or a set of persons staud as sentinels: a small timepiece or chronometer, to be carried in the pocket or about the person; the period during which a division of the crew is on duty on deck. To be on the watch, to be looking steadily for some event.
  39.   The period of time that one set of men is on duty; a division of the night; also, the men on duty.
  40.   Attendance without sleep; close observation; steady look- out; a person keeping guard; a sentinel; a guard; a space of time allotted to a guard to keep watch; a time- piece adapted for pocket- use.
  41.   a period of time ( 4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty
  42.   find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort; " I want to see whether she speaks French"; " See whether it works"; " find out if he speaks Russian"; " Check whether the train leaves on time"
  43.   A watcher; watchman; guard; also, watchmen collectively.
  44.   To look attentively; keep guard; be awake.
  45.   One who watches, or those who watch; a watchman, or a body of watchmen; a sentry; a guard.
  46.   Vigilant observation; wakefulness.
  47.   follow with the eyes or the mind; " Keep an eye on the baby, please!"; " The world is watching Sarajevo"; " She followed the men with the binoculars"
  48.   a purposeful surveillance to guard or observe
  49.   To be expectant; to look with expectation; to wait; to seek opportunity.
  50.   observe with attention; " They watched as the murderer was executed"

Quotes of watch

  1. I ain't got nothing. I've got this watch and these shoes, and that's about it. – Anthony Anderson
  2. Studies have shown people listen to TV than watch it. – Tucker Carlson
  3. But of course when people watch morning television, Terry, it's a very different animal. You know, they're running around, they're getting their kids ready for school, they're probably doing eight million things, they're brushing their teeth. – Katie Couric
  4. The final phone call that said we're going to be picked up again was just a miracle. We've overcome the impossible and we're still pushing forward. I know John is smiling and so happy that he gets to watch us on TV. – Kaley Cuoco
  5. Usually bad guys are much more fun to play and much more interesting to watch – John Gilpin
  6. So every day I'm mindful as I watch the Bush crowd extend their sway into policies of every imaginable variety, and over almost every square foot of earth, that the control of the American state is a matter of urgency. – Todd Gitlin
  7. I'm always a little starstruck anyway. So to work with a movie star, which is Brad, I was excited about that; to work with a movie legend, which is Tony, I wouldn't have passed that up. Just to get to watch him and watch how he works. – Marcia Gay Harden
  8. I feared the verdict of the watch where I either lost the race against time that day or would lose it soon by making the record even harder to break. The time trap had snapped shut. – Joe Henderson
  9. They say it figures MTV would do such a vulgar, awful, horrible show and they completely miss that it's satirizing the people who watch MTV. – Mike Judge
  10. There are people who make things happen, there are people who watch things happen, and there are people who wonder what happened. To be successful, you need to be a person who makes things happen. – James A. Lovell
  11. I'm not against watching myself, but I miss a lot of it. I've got two little kids who we don't let watch TV. – William H. Macy
  12. It was hard to watch the business side is so big in the game. – Mats Sundin
  13. One of the networks sent me a TV set to watch I didn't care for the medium. It depressed me. – Gloria Swanson
  14. Growing up I didn't watch movies. – Denzel Washington
  15. When I give a man an office, I watch him carefully to see whether he is swelling or growing. – Woodrow Wilson

Usage examples for watch

  1. “ " I go watch he said. ” – A Jolly Fellowship by Frank R. Stockton
  2. Then the truth Was there reveal'd to her that he had left The world to watch and pray for such as she. ” – Ideala by Sarah Grand
  3. Watch it go out. ” – Jack of No Trades by Charles Cottrell
  4. Perhaps she had done so before only because she had been on the watch – The Glimpses of the Moon by Edith Wharton
  5. You will let me take the watch to- night. ” – The End of a Coil by Susan Warner
  6. He looked at his watch there was just time to catch the train. ” – Peter A Novel of Which He is Not the Hero by F. Hopkinson Smith
  7. In the day- time nobody's on watch on my side. ” – In Direst Peril by David Christie Murray
  8. “ I found him with the watch in his hand. ” – Jerusalem by Selma Lagerlöf
  9. Tell them to watch – H. R. by Edwin Lefevre
  10. Want to watch it here, sir?" ” – Time Crime by H. Beam Piper
  11. The other looked at his watch – The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill
  12. “ I'll watch this one. ” – The Wailing Octopus by Harold Leland Goodwin
  13. “ To Ellis he said, Watch the dog. ” – The Lost Wagon by James Arthur Kjelgaard
  14. Come here and watch – The Devil Doctor by Sax Rohmer
  15. Let us watch them a while. ” – The Insect Folk by Margaret Warner Morley
  16. He looked at his watch and said,- " Well, I must be off. ” – Salome by Emma Marshall
  17. Then he took out his watch and looked at it. ” – Arsene Lupin by Edgar Jepson Maurice Leblanc
  18. Saxton looked at his watch – The Main Chance by Meredith Nicholson
  19. An hour of the watch had passed, and it was now nine o'clock. ” – A Desperate Voyage by Edward Frederick Knight
  20. You must watch the house, Mr. Lester- day and night you must watch the house! ” – The Gloved Hand by Burton E. Stevenson

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