audience

[ aw-dee-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF audience

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUDIENCE

The moment a man begins to be conscious of an audience he is artistically damned.

Then I as much dreaded the audience as I had wished for it before.

The audience are variously affected; but none are indifferent.

At any rate, we have ample evidence of the turbulence of the early Roman audience.

Aside to audience in comic despair, with appropriate gesture.

The subject is one which can be popularized to suit even such an audience.

Strada was the only member of the company who interested the audience.

A look of intelligence passed between the members of his audience.

Besides, a man must have an audience when he is an expert in swearing.

I understood the shuddering thrill that passed over the audience.

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