observers

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

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The plague of a smoking chimney is proverbial, and has engaged considerable attention from observers of various descriptions.

This is often forgotten by observers of the Indian Field from the home side.

This measure struck some observers as the beginning of the end of European peace.

He was the cynosure of all eyes then, and observed of all observers.

There were not sufficient pilots and there were no observers at all.

One or two observers claimed that he was ambitious, but these were chiefly laughed at.

But come, let us attest the gods; for they will be the best witnesses and observers of agreements.

Abandoning his controls for an instant, Damis looked into one of the observers.

The observers were unable to determine how many people were in the flier when it departed.

"I thought of something while I was up there," Cloud informed the observers then.

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