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Word of The Day by @Only4TheReal 12/3/15


  1. to see, watch, perceive, or notice: He observed the passersby in the street. 
  2. to regard with attention, especially so as to see or learn something: want you to observe her reaction to the judge's question. 
  3. to watch, view, or note for scientific, official, or other special purpose: to observe an eclipse. 
  4. to state by way of comment; remark: He observed frequently that clerks were not as courteous as they used to be. 
  5. to keep or maintain in one's action, conduct, etc.: You must observe quiet. 
  6. to obey, comply with, or conform to: to observe laws. 
  7. to show regard for by some appropriate procedure, ceremony, etc.: to observe Palm Sunday. 
  8. to perform duly or solemnize (ceremonies, rites, etc.). 
  9. to note or inspect closely for an omen or sign of future events. 
— verb (used without object), ob·served, ob·serv·ing. 
  1. to notice. 
  2. to act as an observer
  3. to remark or comment (usually followed by on or upon ).


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