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lookout British & World English

A place from which to keep watch or view the landscape

lookout English Thesaurus

a signal station used as a lookout during the Napoleonic Wars

lookout New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(one word, two words as verb)

look out British & World English

Be vigilant and take notice

Lookout Mountain British & World English

An Appalachian ridge, on the Cumberland Plateau in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee, near Chattanooga. It was the site of a November 1863 Civil War battle

be one's lookout British & World English

Be a person’s own responsibility or problem

look out in look British & World English

Be vigilant and take notice

be on the lookout for British & World English

Be alert to (danger or trouble)

look out in look English Thesaurus

you'll be trampled on if you don't look out

be one's lookout in lookout British & World English

Be a person’s own responsibility or problem

be on the lookout for in lookout British & World English

Be alert to (danger or trouble)

be one's own lookout in lookout British & World English

Be a person’s own responsibility or problem

be on the lookout/keep a lookout in lookout English Thesaurus

he kept a sharp lookout for enemy fighters