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watchband a band or strap of leather, cloth, or flexible metal links, designed to hold a wristwatch on the wrist.
watchcase the metal or plastic covering of a watch's mechanism.
watchdog a dog trained to guard property against intruders. [2 definitions]
watcher a person who watches, esp. one who keeps vigil.
watch fire a nocturnal fire used as a signal or for providing heat and light to guards.
watchful closely or attentively observant; alert; vigilant.
watch it to be wary or careful.
watchmaker someone who makes or fixes watches.
watchman a man who keeps watch over or guards something, such as a building, esp. at night.
watch night New Year's Eve, or a religious meeting or service held at this time.
watch oneself to proceed with care. [2 definitions]
watch one's p's and q's to be careful in one's behavior, esp. not to give offense.
watch out to be alert.
watch pocket a small pocket, as in a vest or trousers, for carrying a watch.
watchtower a tower from which someone may keep watch or observe.
watchword a secret word or phrase; password. [2 definitions]
water a transparent, tasteless, and odorless liquid that takes the form of rain, rivers, oceans, and lakes and is required to sustain most forms of life. [14 definitions]
water bed a bed whose mattress is a bag made of vinyl or other waterproof material filled with water.
water beetle any of various aquatic beetles, characterized by a smooth oval body and flattened or fringed hind legs adapted for swimming.
water bird any of numerous swimming or wading birds.
water biscuit a cracker made of water and flour, to which shortening is sometimes added.