outwatch

outwatch

(ˌaʊtˈwɒtʃ)
vb (tr)
1. to watch longer or more carefully than
2. to watch throughout (a period of time)
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Pa was, at first, in the stirred depths of his conscience, so far from sure of being safe yet, that he made out majestic matrons lurking in ambush among the harmless trees of Greenwich Park, and seemed to see a stately countenance tied up in a well-known pocket- handkerchief glooming down at him from a window of the Observatory, where the Familiars of the Astronomer Royal nightly outwatch the winking stars.
So, the Spider, doggedly watching Estella, outwatched many brighter insects, and would often uncoil himself and drop at the right nick of time.
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"Was the treatment and outwatch of the man sufficient?