lookout

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A person on watch for approaching enemy, police, etc

The raid failed when the lookout noticed the enemy group.

A vantage point with a view of the surrounding area
{i} careful looking or watching, guarding; point or tower from which a watch is kept; watchman; person or group that keeps watch, sentry, watchman; view, outlook; responsibility, object of concern
– A sailor whose job it is to watch for other vessels from the bow or bridge
Object or duty of forethought and care; responsibility
A member of the crew stationed on the forecastle, or on the bridge, whose duty it is to watch for any dangerous objects or for any other vessels heaving into sight
the act of looking out a structure commanding a wide view of its surroundings an elevated post affording a wide view a person employed to watch for something to happen
The place from which such observation is made
A short wood bracket or cantilever that supports an overhang portion of a roof
A lookout is a place from which you can see clearly in all directions. Troops tried to set up a lookout post inside a refugee camp
A person designated to watch for other vessels and hazards
horizontal framing pieces in a cornice, installed to
A person engaged in watching
If someone keeps a lookout, especially on a boat, they look around all the time in order to make sure there is no danger. He denied that he'd failed to keep a proper lookout that night
A careful looking or watching for any object or event
Structural member running between the lower end of a rafter and the outside wall Used to carry the underside of the overhang; plancier or soffit
(1) A person designated to detect and report fires from a ventage point (2) A location from which fires can be detected and reported (3) A fire crew member assigned to observe the fire and warn the crew when there is danger of becoming trapped
A lookout is someone who is watching for danger in order to warn other people about it
A person on watch for approaching enemy, police etc
an elevated post affording a wide view
a person employed to watch for something to happen
the act of looking out
A short wood bracket or cantilever to support an overhang portion of a roof or the like, usually concealed from view
a sailor whose job is to watch the sea for oncoming traffic (vigie)
a structure commanding a wide view of its surroundings
lookout point
high point of land where one can see far in all directions
keep a lookout
To maintain vigilance for a possibly dangerous situation
keep a lookout
To maintain vigilance for someone or something
on the lookout
Constantly alert, intent on finding something or someone

I'm on the lookout for a good example of a Roman dinar from the 1st century. Let me know if you hear of one anywhere.

always on the lookout
always watchful, constantly cautious, always aware
be on the lookout
be watchful, be on guard, be alert
lookouts
plural of lookout
lookout
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