from The Century Dictionary.

  • On the watch; watching.


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  • Green Zone looks like it full of action worth awatch.

    Paul Greengrass Takes Us Behind-the-Scenes of Green Zone! «

  • Everyone's awatch and we'll stay looking at it and making sure that hopefully he lands this safely.

    CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2006

  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Oct 23, 2006

  • 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.

    A Life's Morning

  • "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:

    Anorak News

  • 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

    Augusta County: RF Misner to George P. Kersh, September 4, 1864


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