eyewitness

[ noun ahy-wit-nis, ahy-wit-nis; verb ahy-wit-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF eyewitness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EYEWITNESS

General Hamley, an eyewitness, says "some four or five minutes."

His could only be the impressions of an eyewitness in an orbit limited to his Brigade.

From beginning to end the scene was one which no eyewitness ever could forget.

But at length I was eyewitness of an episode that explained the puzzle.

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

"You shouldn't have said it," declared Louise, who had been an eyewitness of the encounter.

That won't give you a 'scoop' if that's what you call it, but you'll be an eyewitness.

Never mind; let us talk of cut and thrust, as though I were an eyewitness.

The scene thus exhibited—was he then, or was he not, himself an eyewitness of it?

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

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