participant[ pahr-tis-uh-puhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF participant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PARTICIPANT
A madder journey than Jim could have conceived of, had he not been a participant in it.
Better, he urged, to be umpire than participant in so ungrateful a contest.
If he could not be a participant, he would at least witness the battle.
He was to do his part; but it was as a hastener rather than a participant in the struggle.
As a participant, I may say that the company had the air of a band of conspirators.
But it was not known that the school-master was a participant in the fight, or even present on the spot.
How can an unconscious patient be a participant in a nursing situation?
He is thought to have been a participant in some of the later cruises.
Later he became a participant in and victim of the French Revolution.
He will renew his life only so far as to be a spectator, not a participant.