What is another word for monitored?

Pronunciation: [mˈɒnɪtəd] (IPA)

There are several synonyms for the word "monitored". Some of the most commonly used ones include observed, watched, supervised, surveilled, tracked, and checked. All of these words convey a similar meaning and imply that someone or something is being closely watched or kept under observation. Other possibilities include scrutinized, scrutinized, policed, regulated, examined, and inspected. Depending on the context, different synonyms may be more appropriate than others. In any case, all of these words share the common idea that there is some kind of oversight or surveillance taking place.

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Usage examples for Monitored

Maybe I've got him upset enough that he'll come around eventually and decide it's better to have me inside the tent, where I can be monitored."
"Syndrome"
Thomas Hoover
The screen, monitored from a camera on the flyer, showed the foothills of the southern mountains over which Mara was flying.
"Warlord of Kor"
Terry Gene Carr
He came to recognize the physical sensations of the man who, back in the hidden missile base, wore a child's belt and monitored for sensory communications.
"Long Ago, Far Away"
William Fitzgerald Jenkins AKA Murray Leinster

Famous quotes with Monitored

  • Highly educated young people are tutored, taught and monitored in all aspects of their lives, except the most important, which is character building. When it comes to this, most universities leave them alone.
    David Brooks
  • We have closely monitored the ups and downs of recruiting and retention trends for many years and have been quick to sound the alarm when challenges came into view.
    John M. McHugh
  • [A]ny seagoing vessel—commercial or military, from the Persian Gulf to the South China Sea to the Caribbean—could be monitored by the United States Navy, who could choose to watch it, stop it, or sink it.
    George Friedman
  • Of course I have nothing to do with racism and xenophobia, and I have my life-story to prove it. Given the democratic slump in Europe, I am convinced that a measured and carefully monitored immigration is necessary. My hometown is host to people from every country, and I have a lot of foreign friends, mostly Indian and Chinese. So, I am not at all against immigrants, and I have personally helped some to integrate or to get naturalized as citizens of my country. But my criticism of Islam stands: Islam is intrinsically separatist and hostile to neighbour communities.
    Koenraad Elst
  • He was waiting to choke you on a marble, to smother you with a dry-cleaning bag, to sizzle you into eternity with a fast and lethal boogie of electricity- Available At Your Nearest Switch plate Or Vacant Light Socket Right Now. There was death in a quarter bag of peanuts, an aspirated piece of steak, the next pack of cigarettes. He was around all the time, he monitored all the checkpoints between the mortal and the eternal. Dirty needles, poison beetles, downed live wires, forest fires. Whirling roller skates that shot nerdy little kids into busy intersections. When you got into the bathtub to take a shower, Oz got right in there too- Shower With A Friend. When you got on an airplane, Oz took your boarding pass. He was in the water you drank, the food you ate. Who's out there? you howled in the dark when you were all frightened and all alone, and it was his answer that came back: Don't be afraid, it's just me. Hi, howaya? You got cancer of the bowel, what a bummer, so solly, Cholly! Septicemia! Leukemia! Atherosclerosis! Coronary thrombosis! Encephalitis! Osteomyelitis! Hey-ho, let's go! Junkie in a doorway with a knife. Phone call in the middle of the night. Blood cooking in battery acid on some exit ramp in North Carolina. Big handfuls of pills, munch em up. That peculiar cast of the fingernails following asphyxiation- in its final grim struggle to survive the brain takes all oxygen that is left, even that in those living cells under the nails. Hi, folks, my name's Oz the Gweat and Tewwible, but you can call me Oz if you want- hell, we're old friends by now. Just stopped by to whop you with a little congestive heart failure or a cranial blood clot or something; can't stay, got to see a woman about a breech birth, then I've got a little smoke-inhalation job to do in Omaha.
    Stephen King

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