passer-by

[ pas-er-bahy, -bahy, pah-ser- ]SEE DEFINITION OF passer-by

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It is the shadow of some passer-by thrown into relief on the light background.

This sound issued from the ragged individual, but the passer-by did not turn his head.

The cabman bought a torch from a passer-by, and stuck it in his whip-barrel.

But no group is insistent that the passer-by should look at it.

How could the passer-by not be touched by the idea that the stone is so hard?

Bewildered and oppressed, she touched a passer-by on the arm.

As he walked a passer-by could have seen that he was lame; he used a crutch.

As he was about to return to the charge her Ladyship desired a passer-by to summon her carriage.

One passer-by stopped to enquire if there was going to be a Battle of Flowers.

Serfs were too likely to be questioned by the first passer-by who noticed them.

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