Thesaurus / audience
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Ive been wonderin for a long time, Mable, why the audience officers all wear spurs.

Commodus was not in Rome when his father died and it was therefore not possible for Brinnaria to have an audience with him.

The Unwilling VestalEdward Lucas White

He sartin did love an audience, and here was one that didn't know him nor his history, nor nothing.

Cape Cod StoriesJoseph C. Lincoln

To-night she retired early, and George joined Ryanne's audience.

The Carpet from BagdadHarold MacGrath

On other occasions pictures, described with minute attention to details, were presented to the audience in Tableaux-328- Vivants.

He looked a bit surprised, but said nothing and took up the matter at hand with but half an audience.

Ruth Fielding At CollegeAlice B. Emerson

To this she consents, so long as she may turn her back on her audience.

Nights in LondonThomas Burke

George (to the audience, in a voice expressing the very deeps of emotion).

Happy DaysAlan Alexander Milne

At length the tragedy terminated, the curtain dropped, and the audience began to move about.

Afloat And AshoreJames Fenimore Cooper

This scene must have been prepared in advance for the audience.

The Honor of the NameEmile Gaboriau

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