|ADJ || vigilant | more vigilant | most vigilant |
|SYNO ||argus-eyed | open-eyed | vigilant | ...|
ADJ positive | comparative | superlative
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- Its mission is to counter all air threats to EADS' assigned Area of Operations through vigilant detection, rapid warning and precise tactical control of NORAD and NORTHCOM forces.
- Most Dutch parents practice vigilant leniency, in which they have a strong familial bond and are open to letting their children make their own decisions.
- Ch. 4 (20): Vidal sings disturbingly to Sir Hugo and is dismissed to his own quarters by the vigilant squire Guarine.
- AMCS helped spearhead this successful campaign in the 1980s, establishing a global ban on whaling. We remain vigilant on current threats to whales in Australia’s waters.
- Homeowners in areas with a heavy squirrel population must be vigilant in keeping attics, basements, and sheds carefully sealed to prevent property damage caused by nesting squirrels.
- The population has a vigilant national consciousness.
- "Canthon vigilans", the vigilant dung beetle, is a species in the family Scarabaeidae. It is found in North America.
- The Metropolitan Police issued 'Run, Hide, Tell' notices via social media during the attack, and asked for the public to remain calm and vigilant.
- Anthem hired Mandiant, a cybersecurity firm, to review their security systems and advised people whose data was stolen to monitor their accounts and remain vigilant.
- Maintaining individual vigilance may be a more beneficial strategy if vigilant animals gain some sort of advantage.
- CPSC urged consumers to remain vigilant and report any failed breakers or equipment so it could continue to collect data.
- The dealer can change the threshold number while distributing updates, but must always remain vigilant of players keeping expired shares.
- The emblem of the 15th Infantry Division is a labrys-wielding griffin (...), symbolizing strength (lion's body), speed (eagle's wings) and vigilant guard (labrys ready to strike).
- In his recent book, "A Vigilant Society: Jewish Thought and the State in Medieval Spain" (SUNY, 2013), Roiz rescues the richness of Jewish Sephardic thinking and its pedagogic traditions, which have been mangled by the advances of the vigilant world.
- Casey is a common variation of the Irish Gaelic "Cathasaigh/Cathaiseach", meaning "vigilant" or "watchful". At least six different septs used this name, primarily in the Counties of Cork and Dublin.
- The Armor of God is a biblical metaphor for vigilant righteousness as bestowed by God.
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