audiences[ aw-dee-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF audiences
Synonyms for audiences
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We hear of no more disturbances; the fact was that the audiences were too thin to be noisy.
Their audiences were no better, and therefore were satisfied with what they brought.
It is one of the penalties of Protestantism that the audiences, after a while, outgrow the preacher.
"Audiences don't think—at least, not in England," said Bennett.
It had, he felt, made a difference, not only in the size but the responsiveness of his audiences.
When there was time all three spoke, much to the satisfaction of their audiences.
On the 18th and 25th she lectured to crowded houses there and captured her audiences.
As a public reader, Miss Brown delights and enthuses her audiences.
Such are his relaxations after the long round of audiences and hours of other work.
There were days when the young de Gery issued from these audiences nauseated.