Jewelry & Watches

jew·el·ry
ˈjo͞o(ə)lrē/Submit
noun
noun: jewellery; noun: jewelry
personal ornaments, such as necklaces, rings, or bracelets, that are typically made from or contain jewels and precious metal.
synonyms: jewels, gems, gemstones, precious stones; costume jewelry, trinkets; informalbling; archaicbijoux
“a locked box for her jewelry”

watch
wäCH,wôCH/Submit
verb
3rd person present: watches
1.
look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time.
“Lucy watched him go”
synonyms: observe, view, look at, eye, gaze at, stare at, gape at, peer at; More
antonyms: ignore
keep under careful, protective, or secret observation.
“there aren’t enough staff to watch him properly”
synonyms: spy on, keep in sight, track, monitor, survey, follow, keep under surveillance, surveil; More
antonyms: neglect
observe and guard in a protective way.
“I guess I can rest a while, with you here to watch over me”
follow closely or maintain an interest in.
“the girls watched the development of this relationship with incredulity”
exercise care, caution, or restraint about.
“most women watch their diet during pregnancy”
synonyms: be careful, mind, be aware of, pay attention to, consider, pay heed to
“watch what you say”
look out or be on the alert for.
“in spring and summer, watch for kingfishers”
be careful.
“credit-card fraud is on the increase, so watch out”
synonyms: be careful, be watchful, be on your guard, beware, be wary, be cautious, look out, pay attention, take heed, take care, keep an eye open/out, keep one’s eyes peeled, be vigilant
“watch it, Bob, or you’ll go over the edge”
informal
be careful (used as a warning or threat).
“if anyone finds out, you’re dead meat; so watch it”
synonyms: be careful, be watchful, be on your guard, beware, be wary, be cautious, look out, pay attention, take heed, take care, keep an eye open/out, keep one’s eyes peeled, be vigilant
“watch it, Bob, or you’ll go over the edge”
2.
archaic
remain awake for the purpose of religious observance.
“she watched whole nights in the church”
noun
plural noun: watches
1.
a small timepiece worn typically on a strap on one’s wrist.
synonyms: timepiece, chronometer; More
2.
an act or instance of carefully observing someone or something over a period of time.
“the security forces have been keeping a close watch on our activities”
a period of vigil during which a person is stationed to look out for danger or trouble, typically during the night.
“Murray took the last watch before dawn”
a fixed period of duty on a ship, usually lasting four hours.
the officers and crew on duty during a watch.
noun: starboard
historical
a watchman or group of watchmen who patrolled and guarded the streets of a town before the introduction of the police force.
noun: the watch
a body of soldiers making up a guard.

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