Loud and angry was the summons of the French vidette, startled sorely.
The vidette party, of whom I was one, moved westward across the prairie.
At night a report came that a rebel detachment had got past the vidette guard and would most likely be heard from before morning.
We keep our vidette stationed during the night as in the day.
Evidently Scotty was about to make some sort of move looking to the capture of the vidette.
To his mind the red squirrel was apt to serve in place of a vidette.
The army of mountaineers halted at Gilbert-town only until a vidette from Williams brought tidings of Ferguson's late movements.
"He is still upon Catawba, tending northwards," replied the vidette.
A stillness came upon them as she related the death of the vidette, her tones vibrating with tenderness and feeling.
About four o'clock, Sergeant Hasler woke me up to go on vidette post.
1680s, from French vidette, from Italian (Florentine) vedetta "watch tower, peep hole," from vedere "to see" (see vista).