from The Century Dictionary.
- On the watch; watching.
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Green Zone looks like it full of action worth awatch.
Everyone's awatch and we'll stay looking at it and making sure that hopefully he lands this safely.
So we will stay awatch of this, Heidi, and as there are more developments, of course, we're going to bring it straight to you.
Both were awed by the face which met them; they talked scarcely above a whisper, and were sadly troubled by the necessity of keeping awatch upon their tongues.
"From that point as from awatch-tower we can look down into the garden, and see the crowd below us."
And then you can drill spyhole in the bathroom and keep awatch all day:
And write your selves and I wrote to Will Misner and maybe he did not get it neither and if you please tell him I have plenty of everything to wear but socks I want two pair I have been drawing shoes till I have got a sack fool and some pretty damned good ones well being it is Sunday we dont work any on Sunday I want to go up to the regiment to see the boys I forgot to tell you movers made about five hundred dollars in the last fight in awatch and hors. good bye friends, write soon