Thesaurus / eyewitness

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An eyewitness says of these martyrs to liberty: "They behaved with firmness, evincing no hesitation or trepidation whatever."

The extent, nevertheless, to which he speaks as an eyewitness, renders his work very valuable.

The Age of DrydenRichard Garnett

There was a glorious crash coming, and for his part he meant to be an eyewitness.

I can also give you a description of the siege, having been an eyewitness of the same.

That the narrative bears evidence of having been written by an eyewitness is to my own mind clear.

Who Wrote the Bible?Washington Gladden

It was Gullett, the Australian eyewitness, afterward in Palestine, who had the idea.

Now It Can Be ToldPhilip Gibbs

An eyewitness of the tragedy which seated Catherine on the throne, he wrote an account of the events of the revolution of 1762.

How severe was the blow, both to monks and people, we may learn from Gervase, who was an eyewitness and one of the fraternity.

CanterburyCanon Danks

In giving his testimony as an eyewitness, Zwanziger displayed boastful hardiness in his narration of details.

The Goose ManJacob Wassermann

Calamities of which he himself was at once an eyewitness and a most faithful recorder.

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