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Definition of "watches" []

  • A clock or watch that is operated by the vibrations of a quartz crystal controlled by a microcircuit (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of watch. (verb)

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  • Plural form of watch. (noun)
  • The leaves of Saraceia flava. (noun)

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Use "watches" in a sentence
  • "-- Now give me my watches [SERVANT _fetches the watches_,] my chapeau, [SERVANT _brings a dress hat_,] my handkerchief, [SERVANT _pours some scented liquor on a handkerchief and brings it_,] my snuff-box [SERVANT _brings snuff-box_.]"
  • "Reuters Tony Romo watches from the sidelines in a sling after breaking his clavicle."
  • "In coal country, a suddenly homeless man watches from a bench as wealthy women shop for dresses."