observer

[ uh b-zur-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF observer

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OBSERVER

I shall endeavour to be only an observer: Happy, if I could be an unconcerned one!

"You are vastly mistaken, my good friend," said the observer.

The native American, it may be well to remember, is something of an observer himself.

Hast thou heard the saying of Gwiawn, The observer of accurate sight?

It would have been impossible for the most minute observer to have said who was before and who was after.

But one observer now made another experiment which seemed to go entirely the other way, and puzzled him altogether.

I made weekly contributions to the literary column of the Observer.

He is quite as remarkable as an observer of nature as he is an intrepid navigator.

All his life he was an observer of the weather, and a student of the winds and tides.

Before attempting a decisive experiment, the observer felt his way.

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