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  ( -watchers    plural  ) -watcher combines with nouns to form other nouns that refer to people who are interested in a group of animals or people, and who study them closely.      comb in n-count  
The bird-watchers crept about in the bushes..., Royal-watcher Mary Hayes said: `It looks like it is going to be an unhappy time for the Queen.'     
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fly on the wall, looker-on, lookout, observer, onlooker, spectator, spy, viewer, witness  

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watch, watch over, watchtower, water

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