alert to danger

See: forewarn
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He was quick to come off his line and collect, alert to danger in an often crowded box and made a couple of crucial full length saves in the first half.
Strong in the tackle and alert to danger around him, Robertson was rock-solid defensively and always offered an outlet going forward.
TOM DAVIES Alert to danger with his no-nonsense approach to defending and certainly had his work cut out helping to defend numerous corners.
I like his concentration, he's very alert to danger now.
Remains alert to danger and quick enough to counter it
Crashes such as Tuesday's can be prevented by drivers following the laws, using common sense, and staying alert to danger.
Bowyer's combative cleverness was clear and Stephen Carr's reading of the game, the way he was so alert to danger, was admirable.
In martial arts or combat pistol shooting classes, the first and best piece of advice is to be alert to danger and avoid situations in which you might have to try your skills.
Rookies come out of the academy conditioned to fight tooth and nail for survival, and inspired to stay alert to danger signs they've been taught to recognize, The FTO (field training officer) concept of the last few decades has kept "the new kids" from having to reinvent the wheel, and put them on a faster learning curve toward survival of violence.
Jamie Carragher is the sort of player who will keep his team-mates alert to danger, even if Liverpool have gone several minutes without being put under pressure
But on a day-to-day basis, we're still doing most of the same things we've always done, but just being more alert to danger signs.