Lookout [noun]

Definition of Lookout:

guard; place from which to guard

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This an exclusive community of curious people and lovers of OZY’s The Carlos Watson Show who are always on the lookout for real and meaningful conversations that inspire, teach and surprise you.

And, during a tough year, finding ways to turn those losses into wins is key to those advertisers on the lookout for new ways to work their dollars harder.

Some clubs like Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur experimented with archive short-form content at a time when those advertisers that were still spending were on the lookout for pre-roll video ad inventory.

We will be on the lookout for any problems that prevent people from voting — such as mail ballot delivery problems, changed voting locations, long lines, registration problems, purged voter rolls, broken machines and voter intimidation.

Not only does this mean Lookout didn’t sacrifice much U-pick business during the initial wave of the pandemic, but it also gave Mofenson and his team a chance to reconfigure the entire operation ahead of the anticipated fall crowds.

They appreciated by now that he was not the kind to give up without a fight, therefore they were on the lookout.

He must keep a reasonably careful lookout for other travelers in order to avoid collision; also for defects in the highway.

Be on the lookout for blue Buick sedan, nineteen thirty-nine model, red wheels, being driven by Raymond Delancy.

The continuation of the shoal between the islands and Point Lookout was not clearly ascertained.

Keeping a sharp lookout he soon came to a road that ran in the direction he wished to go.