verb (used with object), sur·veilled, sur·veil·ling.
Origin of surveil
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Contemporary Examples of surveilled
We are living in a surveilled world, in an era saturated with our need for attention.A ‘Truman Show’ For Today: The Return of Josh Harris
July 11, 2014
It was post-Stalin, and they were unthreatened by the gulag, but censored and surveilled.Inside the Kabokovs' ‘Strange City’
June 13, 2014
They worked more thoroughly, with a larger team who surveilled Breivik around the clock.Norway Puts Hate on Trial, With Anders Behring Breivik’s Ugly Beliefs
April 15, 2012
Word Origin for surveil
1904, back-formation from surveillance. Sometimes also surveille. Related: Surveilled; surveilling.