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  • v. To guard and protect.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. follow with the eyes or the mind


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  • And since the Greatwolves knew they could not stay forever upon the Earth, they sought out wolves who would someday take their place as guardians of wolfkind, wolves who would watch over all others to make sure wolves and humans did not come together again.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • I sat on a stool, and Dr. Salvatore stood behind me so that he could watch over my shoulder.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

  • His bittersweet mission was to guide and watch over the Command Service Module whose power and guidance system provided the only means of getting home, and it still does.

    First Man

  • “He shall be cast out,” el-Ullaish decreed, “and in his place shall be named one who will watch over the law and defend it, and respect the rights of the Commander of the Faithful.”

    Three Empires on the Nile

  • That in order for wolves to truly watch over humans, they must not watch from afar and meet with a few of us in Speakings once a moon.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • All I know is that the Bigwolves say you are more and less than wolf, and that I am to watch over you.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • The boy kept vacant watch over them, mannequin-still and smiling for no reason.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • You know these krianans; they are the wolves who watch over you.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • The majestic steeples stood watch over the multi-tiered grandstand, which were teeming with the colorful fashion-forward display of expensive jewels and outlandish hats covering the heads of famous celebrities and wives of the well-to-do.


  • “Did you hire people to watch over me in Boston?” she asked.

    The Killing Kind


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