Also, keep a watch or close watch on; watch over. Observe with continuous attention, especially to act as a sentinel or for protection. For example, Afraid that the wolves would return, she kept watch while the others slept, or They kept a close watch on the harbor, looking for signs of enemy ships, or, according to the Gospel of St. Luke (2:8): “And there were in the same country shepherds … keeping watch over their flock by night.” [ Late 1300s ]
Also see: keep an eye out for
/ˌkiːpɪˈʌpɪ/ noun 1. (soccer) the act or an instance of keeping a ball off the ground by bouncing it repeatedly on a foot, knee, or head
adjective Correct (1950s+)
[keys-hond, kees-] /ˈkeɪsˌhɒnd, ˈkis-/ noun, plural keeshonden [keys-hon-duh n, kees-] /ˈkeɪsˌhɒn dən, ˈkis-/ (Show IPA) 1. one of a Dutch breed of small dogs having thick, silver-gray hair tipped with black and a tail carried over the back. /ˈkeɪsˌhɒnd; ˈkiːs-/ noun (pl) -honds, -honden (-ˌhɒndən) 1. a breed of dog of the spitz type with […]
[kee-sler] /ˈki slər/ noun 1. a U.S. Air Force installation in S Mississippi, near Biloxi.