He also alerted the Wall Street Journal in an interview that was the first time I met Sharon.
A few days later, a hunter spotted the burnt-out Fiat and alerted authorities who discovered the macabre scene inside.
He has betrayed Irina by saying too much in the message back to the Circus; he alerted the Russians to her.
After one user spotted footsteps in the snow near the edge of a cliff, Tomnod alerted law enforcement.
He alerted police and then raced across London in person to lend support, finding him at a police station.
Did they scan sufficiently to identify anything, to be alerted by anything in any window, on the roof, or anyplace else?
He could feel the alerted tension of the four as the golden eyes glowed at him.
Dr. Charles Gregory who had been previously alerted and then came in to take care of the wrist.
You see, Mr. Masterson's alerted people at the Commissioner's office.
There were armed and alerted landing-parties around the grid itself, of course, but the capital city of Dara lay open.
"on the watch," 1590s, from French alerte "vigilant" (17c.), from phrase à l'erte "on the watch," from Italian all'erta "to the height," from erta "lookout, high tower," noun use of fem. of erto, past participle of ergere "raise up," from Latin erigere "raise" (see erect). The adjective is attested from 1610s, the noun from 1803, and the verb from 1868. Related: Alerted; alerting.