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admire to observe with pleasure, wonder, and approval. [1/2 definitions]
behold to see or observe. [2 definitions]
capuchin (cap.) a Roman Catholic monk belonging to a branch of the Franciscan order whose members observe strict vows of poverty and austerity. [1/3 definitions]
celebrate to observe or commemorate (an occasion or event), as with gifts, festivities, or special rituals. [2/4 definitions]
differentiate to observe or mark differences. [1/6 definitions]
keep tabs on (informal) to keep under close scrutiny; watch or observe carefully.
lookout a high place or tall structure from which it is possible to observe a wide area. [1/4 definitions]
monitor to observe and record information about, esp. using continuously recording instruments. [2/10 definitions]
note to perceive or observe attentively. [1/11 definitions]
notice to become aware of; perceive; observe. [1/7 definitions]
obey to observe or fulfill (rules, requests, or the like). [1/4 definitions]
observation car a railway car with large windows from which passengers may observe the scenery.
open house a time during which a school, company, or institution is open for the public to inspect facilities, observe operations, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
practice to do or observe habitually or customarily. [1/11 definitions]
reobserve combined form of observe.
scout to observe an opposing team before it plays one's own team. [2/8 definitions]
see1 to perceive or observe with one's eyes. [2/13 definitions]
seventh-day (often cap.) denoting certain Christian denominations that observe the Sabbath on Saturday.
sight to observe or suddenly see. [1/11 definitions]
spy a person employed by a nation's government to secretly observe and gather information about another nation's activities, plans, defenses, and the like. [2/6 definitions]
tail (informal) to follow secretly in order to observe. [1/13 definitions]