- the fact, quality, or condition of being vigilant
- the abnormal state or condition of being unable to sleep
Example Sentences Including 'vigilance'
And the process of earning trust requires a period of vigilance , transparency, and scrupulous behaviour on the part of both parties.
Business Today (2003)
But I think what Madrid tells us is a heightened state of vigilance and surveillance is absolutely key.
Donald Sinclair -- once a journalist and now a politician -- had assessed, as James McGregor had, the vigilance of the media.
In the dimness of its dreary day few things even in that land of vigilance could have espied them, save from close at hand.
THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
Iran needs to monitored with "continued vigilance " to ensure it honours a commitment not to develop nuclear weapons, MPs have warned.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo (2004)
Judgment is the first thing to go after having a drink, she said, then vision and vigilance.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Nor has the vigilance of the pressure groups weakened under the present regime.
The Government and Politics of France
Perhaps most importantly, people are more aware of the problems and are monitoring the process with vigilance.
Belfast Telegraph (2004)
Psychotic depression; remorse over killing Doyle; saved from suicide by the vigilance of heroic landing staff.
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