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a signal that warns of imminent danger

to notify (someone) of imminent danger or risk

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condition of heightened watchfulness or preparation for action

a warning serves to make you more alert to danger

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warn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness

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engaged in or accustomed to close observation

quick and energetic

mentally perceptive and responsive

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Phillip Marlowe, Chandler's hero in The High Window, interacts sympathetically with a diverse array of people; he reacts alertly to people marginalized by class, age, occupation, and/or gender.
It responded alertly at low speed, displayed impressive mid-range acceleration and had lots of staying power at top speed without a hint of fatigue.
I sit unmoving, watching them ring the tiny pool a dozen yards away, jostling for position, head-bobbing alertly before settling down to drink, eventually turn, and walk quickly away.
Despite the firmish suspension set-up, the 3 Series Saloon offers up a fine combination of sportiness and refinement, showing bags of character in its approach and agility through bends, responding alertly to the nicely weighted power steering, doing its work in supremely agile fashion.
The former Liverpool and Leeds hit-man clearly sensed Ewood Park could be a happy hunting ground and was only inches away with a snap-shot that Friedel alertly tipped over.
For example, its 50%-owned MetaFoods LLC operating unit in the USA responded alertly to the Foot and Mouth Disease crisis during 2001 which brought a temporary ban on meat exports from the EU to Japan and other markets.
But driving defensively, or, at the very least, alertly, can give a motorist an edge in many instances.
The IP in the chase aircraft alertly transmitted, "Who has the lead?
Am I alone in detecting a more pronounced roll to his gait, a diminution in his ability to respond alertly in certain situations?
In his study Michel Bideaux alertly stresses how the detailed account of failed colonial missions to Villegagnon and Florida is in reality expansionist propoganda directed toward Louis XIII.
There he alertly pointed out how we no longer faced the seductions of nineteenth-century atheism but today were tempted by a secular indifference to God's presence.
How alertly they scampered from formation to formation, their legs literally sparkling along the way; and how attentively their heads and arms remained poised during the variations of soloists Davena Gross and Nicole Epstein or Ostergren and Epstein.
The consultant ultimately chosen should have skills specific to the needs in question, should be able to relate cofortably to the organization's important members, and demonstrate an ability to attend alertly and critically to the data presented.
Your eyes glint alertly, and your soft mouth would threaten the sanctity of a saint - somewhere in there lurk wisdom teeth, no doubt.
And just to polish off that hard-working chump, as Charles Kraut-hammer alertly chimes in, the culture has also "defined deviancy up," meaning that the middle class is accused of more crimes than ever before.