Examples of watchful in a Sentence
We need to be more watchful of our children.
The hotel is being built under the watchful eye of its architect.
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In Event of Moon Disaster Mugwumpin presents an immersive theater experience about space space exploration, contingency planning and the watchful eye of the Moon based on the speech Nixon would have given if the Apollo XI had not returned to Earth.
Interim coach Jeff Banks will coach the game, but the Aggies are never far from Fisher's watchful eye.
There are a few moments of towering anger, but mostly Day-Lewis keeps things interior; Reynolds is a more reserved and watchful kind of jerk.
Analyst Spencer Levy has tracked the latest tax legislation through Congress, keeping a watchful eye on its potential impact on people who invest and work in the commercial real estate industry, a multi-billion-dollar driver of the U.S. economy.
As the 2018 midterm elections approach, activist groups are keeping a watchful eye on legislation that will promote or attempt to suppress voter rights.
Candles: Be sure to keep a watchful eye on candles; keep them away from the tree, decorations, and other things that can burn.
United's reluctance to part with their Spanish keeper led to suggestions that Courtois could be easier to lure as his children live in Spain - however, Paris Saint-Germain are said to be keeping a watchful eye over the future of the Chelsea stopper.
Eyes tend to focus at the top of a shooting motion, while defenders are pushing the big man in his midsection, away from the watchful eyes of officials.
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First Known Use of watchful
on guard, on one's toes, on the alert, on the ball, on tiptoe;
Synonym Discussion of watchful
- the watchful eye of the department supervisor
- eternally vigilant in the safeguarding of democracy
- wide-awake companies latched onto the new technology
- alert traders anticipated the stock market's slide
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