alert

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  • Info To be alert is to be in a state of alertness.
  • The children alert their parents who call the police who call the military.
  • He tried to alert others in his household, but no one believed him.
  • It alerts users when things go wrong and again when they get better.
  • The issue is how can he go out on the town without alerting his mother-in-law.
  • They receive pages and alerts just like every other fire station in the county.
  • Finally, an agreement was made to set up food safety alerts between the two sides.
  • They carry their tail down low, only lifted when alert and never carried over the back.
  • When new e-mail arrived, the active host was alerted via a sound effect.
  • The top bit will be set if the error is a dead end alert.
  • Alerting makes it possible for people to keep up with the information that matters most to them.
  • He has a sixth sense that alerts him to the presence of evil.
  • The small head has large, wide-set eyes and alert ears.
  • This would have brought in fresh blood; it also alerted the enemy to his presence.
  • A local he had spoken to earlier saw the men and quickly alerted the authorities.
  • The Spanish soon discovered the movement and their main body near the Well was alerted.
  • It is relatively silent, and can be used several times without alerting the animals.
  • When alert, the ears are brought forward and raised at the base.
  • However there will always be some false alerts and the more rules applied the more will occur.
  • He had allowed his men to open fire too soon, which alerted the Americans to his attack.
  • At the same time, it alerts people around it of its movements through use of light and sound.
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Meaning of alert

  • noun Condition of heightened watchfulness or preparation for action
    bombers were put on alert during the crisis
  • noun A warning serves to make you more alert to danger
  • adjective Engaged in or accustomed to close observation
    caught by a couple of alert cops, alert enough to spot the opportunity when it came, constantly alert and vigilant, like a sentinel on duty