Watchman

• (n.) One set to watch; a person who keeps guard; a guard; a sentinel. • (n.) Specifically, one who guards a building, or the streets of a city, by night.
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watchman

1. One set to watch; a person who keeps guard; a guard; a sentinel. ... 2. Specifically, one who guards a building, or the streets of a city, by night. ... <zoology> Watchman beetle, the European dor. Watchman's clock, a watchman's detector in which the apparatus for recording the times of visiting several stations is contained within a singl...
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watchman

watcher 1 security guard noun a guard who keeps watch
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Watchman

[hymn] `Watchman` is a hymn, published in 1845 in The Southern and Western pocket harmonist. ==Page Image== ==Lyrics== 1. Shall Wisdom cry aloud, And not her speech be heard? The voice of God`s eternal word, De-serves it no regard? 2. `I was his chief delight, His everlasting Son, Before the first of all his works, Creation, was begun. 3. `...
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Watchman

[law enforcement] Watchmen were groups of men, usually authorised by a state, government, or society, to deter criminal activity and provide law enforcement. Watchmen have existed in various guises throughout the world and were generally succeeded by the emergence of formally organised policing. ==Early origins== An early reference to a wat...
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Watchman

Watch'man noun ; plural Watchmen 1. One set to watch; a person who keeps guard; a guard; a sentinel. 2. Specifically, one who guards a building, or the streets of a city, by night. Watchman beetle (Zoology) , the European dor. -- Watchman'...
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Watchman

HMS Watchman was a British W Class destroyer of 1100 tons displacement launched in 1917. She was armed with four 4-inch guns; two 2-pounder pompom anti-aircraft guns; one machine gun; four Lewis guns and six 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in two triple mountings. She was powered by three Yarrow oil boilers providing a top speed of 34 knots and carr...
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watchman

[n] - a guard who keeps watch
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