beholder[ bih-hohld ]SEE DEFINITION OF beholder
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEHOLDER
The Eastern end of the Cathedral does not impress the beholder.
He is a beholder of ideas and an utterer of the necessary and causal.
The metamorphosis excites in the beholder an emotion of joy.
Any beholder would imagine that she was alive, and not dead.
It gave him a roguish—almost boyish—effect most appealing to the beholder.
He was a natural orator, and impressed the beholder with his superiority.
Sometimes it turns the beholder to fire, sometimes to stone.
The sight of apparitions on Hallowe'en is believed to be fatal to the beholder.
Ghosts and skulls and cross-bones, symbols of death, startle the beholder.
With a glance like living sapphire, making the beholder glad.