onlooker

[ on-loo k-er, awn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF onlooker

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ONLOOKER

If he were more of a "candle-holder" and onlooker, he would more resemble Hamlet.

He had not been content to take up the position of onlooker and historian only.

And it is often those deaths which seem most terrible to the onlooker, which are least so to the sufferer.

To the onlooker who does not know its hazards faro is a funereal game.

Here and there one which will haunt the onlooker through the rest of his days.

The onlooker has no choice but to look at the hypnodisc as well.

At length he approached a man, who like himself seemed to be an onlooker.

Every community evolves its own spirit not easily to be apprehended by the onlooker.

He could not stop to reckon with how that which he proposed to do might strike an onlooker.

Steve's urgency for detail must have been pathetic to any onlooker.

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