Watchfulness

  • 1 watchfulness — index caution (vigilance), deliberation, diligence (care), discretion (quality of being discreet), notice (heed) …

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  • 2 watchfulness — noun alertness, vigilance or wakefulness Continuous watchfulness is maintained around the clock. See Also: watchful …

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  • 3 watchfulness — watchful ► ADJECTIVE 1) alert and vigilant. 2) archaic wakeful. DERIVATIVES watchfully adverb watchfulness noun …

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  • 4 watchfulness — noun 1. the process of paying close and continuous attention wakefulness, watchfulness, and bellicosity make a good hunter vigilance is especially susceptible to fatigue • Syn: ↑wakefulness, ↑vigilance, ↑alertness • Derivationally related forms:… …

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  • 5 Watchfulness — Watchful Watch ful, a. Full of watch; vigilant; attentive; careful to observe closely; observant; cautious; with of before the thing to be regulated or guarded; as, to be watchful of one s behavior; and with against before the thing to be… …

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  • 6 watchfulness — noun see watchful …

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  • 7 watchfulness — See watchfully. * * * …

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  • 8 watchfulness — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. vigilance, alertness, attention, caution, carefulness, wide awakeness, wariness, readiness, awareness, promptness, circumspection, mindfulness, keenness, sharpness, acuteness, quickness, briskness, vigorousness, aliveness,… …

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  • 9 watchfulness — watch·ful·ness || wÉ‘tʃfÊŠlnɪs /wÉ’t n. alertness, vigilance; carefulness, caution …

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  • 10 watchfulness — watch·ful·ness …

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  • 11 frozen watchfulness — the state of a child who is unresponsive to its surroundings but is clearly aware of them. The child is usually expressionless and difficult to engage but of normal intelligence. Frozen watchfulness is usually a marker of child abuse …

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  • 12 frozen watchfulness — the state of a child who is unresponsive to its surroundings but is clearly aware of them. The child is usually expressionless and difficult to engage but of normal intelligence. Frozen watchfulness is usually a marker of child abuse …

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  • 13 self-watchfulness — n. * * * …

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  • 14 self-watchfulness — n …

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  • 15 vigilance — Watchfulness; precaution; a proper degree of activity and promptness in pursuing one s rights or guarding them from infraction, or in making or discovering opportunities for the enforcement of one s lawful claims and demands. It is the opposite… …

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  • 16 Spiritual transformation — is the act of transforming the deepest aspects of the human spirit via a self induced or divine act.ee also*Integral transformative practice *Transpersonal psychology *Sivananda *MeditationThe Way of Spiritual Transformationby Hieromonk… …

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  • 17 Mesillat Yesharim — The Mesillat Yesharim (Hebrew: מסילת ישרים English: Path of the Just ) is an ethical (musar) text composed by the influential Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto (1707 1746). It is quite different from Luzzato s other writings, which are more… …

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  • 18 Philokalia — The Philokalia (Gk. φιλοκαλείν Love of the Beautiful ) is a collection of texts by masters of the Eastern Orthodox, hesychast tradition, writing from the fourth to the fifteenth centuries on the disciplines of Christian prayer and a life… …

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  • 19 Maqaam — (also known as maqām) or maqaamat (plural), translating to stations in arabic, is a term that references the various stages a Sufi s soul must attain in its search for God.[1] The stations are derived from the most routine considerations a Sufi… …

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  • 20 watchful — adjective Date: 15th century 1. archaic a. not able or accustomed to sleep or rest ; wakeful b. causing sleeplessness c. spent in wakefulness ; sleepless 2. carefully observant or attentive ; being on the watch • watchfully …

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