Definition of watcher
- a Supreme Court watcher
the inexperienced babysitter turned out to be a well-meaning but hopelessly incompetent watcher of young children
a safari that affords wildlife watchers plenty of opportunities to see Africa's grandest creatures in their natural habitat
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to lessen the seriousness or strength of
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