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  • noungroup observing an entertainment or sporting event
  • nounhearing

synonyms for audiences

  • congregation
  • crowd
  • gallery
  • gathering
  • market
  • public
  • admirers
  • assemblage
  • assembly
  • devotees
  • fans
  • following
  • hearers
  • house
  • listeners
  • moviegoers
  • onlookers
  • patrons
  • playgoers
  • spectators
  • theatergoers
  • turnout
  • viewers
  • witnesses
  • showgoers
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How to use audiences in a sentence

We were surprised at the small audiences which we found at the cathedrals where we attended services.
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Being a great wit, he kept his audiences in uproars of laughter.
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The opinion and reaction of Richmond audiences and critics became respected and noticed throughout the country.
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One of the favorite actresses of the soldier audiences was Sally Partington.
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In like manner, Aristophanes could afford to trifle with the asseverations of his own Athenian audiences.
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So after one or two attempts to lift my audiences to the level of the issues involved, I began to adapt myself to them.
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I do not forget the tremendous labor, physical as well as mental, of lecturing on burning questions to large audiences.
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Now we followed Kamelillo to a great room, where it seemed the king held audiences and gave out laws and justice.
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The King received him very courteously, and granted him several audiences.
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But it becomes a more serious matter when learned men employ inflated language in addressing ignorant and excitable audiences.
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