Definition of 'vigilance'
Example sentences containing 'vigilance'
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)
Psychotic depression; remorse over killing Doyle; saved from suicide by the vigilance of heroic landing staff.RIOT (2004)
Donald Sinclair -- once a journalist and now a politician -- had assessed, as James McGregor had, the vigilance of the media.THE SCAR (2004)
In his eternal vigilance his hand holds a sword, ever at the ready, to show the magnitude of the danger.NAKED EMPIRE (2004)
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