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  1. look·out
    IPA[ˈlo͝okˌout]
  2. noun

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: lookout, plural noun: lookouts

    • noun

      a place from which to keep watch or view the landscape:

      a person stationed to keep watch for danger or trouble:

    • an Appalachian ridge, on the Cumberland Plateau in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee, near Chattanooga. It was the site of a November 1863 Civil War battle.
    • be a person's own responsibility or problem
    • be alert to (danger or trouble)
    • be a person's own responsibility or problem
    • be alert to (danger or trouble)
    • be alert to (danger or trouble)
    • be alert to (danger or trouble)
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