1 She sat by the bed, watching and tending his wife.
2 Stephen bent over his loom, quiet, watchful, and steady.
3 I have watched her bringing-up, and I believe she is worthy of me.
4 He stood bare-headed in the road, watching her quick disappearance.
5 I had the pleasure of watching your house yesterday morning, and following you here.
6 Mrs. Sparsit consequently had ample means of watching his looks, if she were so inclined.
7 As she softened with the quiet, and the consciousness of being so watched, some tears made their way into her eyes.
8 Here was Louisa on the night of the same day, watching the fire as in days of yore, though with a gentler and a humbler face.
9 After watching it a long time, they saw Mr. Sleary bring out a chair and sit down by the side-door, smoking; as if that were his signal that they might approach.
10 It was an opening in a dark wood, where some felled trees lay, and where she would sit watching the fallen leaves of last year, as she had watched the falling ashes at home.
11 It was an opening in a dark wood, where some felled trees lay, and where she would sit watching the fallen leaves of last year, as she had watched the falling ashes at home.
12 Stephen sat upon the step of a door, leaned against a wall under an archway, strolled up and down, listened for the church clock, stopped and watched children playing in the street.
13 As to their combining together; there are many of them, I have no doubt, that by watching and informing upon one another could earn a trifle now and then, whether in money or good will, and improve their livelihood.
14 Next day, Saturday, Mrs. Sparsit sat at her window all day long looking at the customers coming in and out, watching the postmen, keeping an eye on the general traffic of the street, revolving many things in her mind, but, above all, keeping her attention on her staircase.