passerby[ pas-er-bahy, -bahy, pah-ser- ]SEE DEFINITION OF passerby
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PASSERBY
She is pleased when a passerby stops to admire, and especially so if it be a young miss.
You stop the first passerby, and you say I want to find such and such a street.
A passerby appears down the path, and she hastily withdraws her hand.
He was told by a passerby that it was the home of a club waiter.
He walked into their shelter until he was out of any passerby's range of vision.
Probably the best we can do is to allow any passerby who is hit and hurt to keep the book.
It is well that you should call to every passerby, "Look here!"
All that the first passerby had to do at any hour, was to give it a push.
A passerby noticed the sound and paused to look at the two sharply.
There was no garden or inclosure round it, and any passerby would have concluded that it was uninhabited.