Synonyms of 'lookout'
a person or people keeping such a watchOne committed the burglary and the other acted as lookout.
the act of watching for danger or for an opportunityHe denied that he had failed to keep a proper lookout during the night.
a viewpoint from which a watch is keptTroops tried to set up a lookout post inside a refugee camp.
worry or concern(informal) It was your lookout if you put your life in danger.
chances or prospectBritish) If this is true, it's a poor lookout for future generations.
The windows overlooked the superb prospect of the hills.
The view from our window was one of beautiful countryside.
She has a splendid future in the police force.
The house has an expansive southern outlook over the valley.
The likelihood is that people would be willing to pay.
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in the sense of beacon
a lighthousea lonely beacon on the rocks
in the sense of business
an affairHow much I earn is my own business.
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