other words for spectacle
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Entering the village, we saw a spectacle of wretchedness and misery seldom surpassed even on the banks of the Nile.
People were diverted at sight of this, inferring from the number of coffins the greatness of the spectacle.
Yet it is difficult, too, not to enjoy the spectacle she offers with her young husband in her hand.
It was a dreadful sight, and the two sailors, rough and wicked men though they were, were overcome by the spectacle.
The centre stood intent on the fight as on a spectacle which in no way concerned them.
As he neared the top, where the country rolls off into the plain, he turned to admire the spectacle of the breaking day.
The spectacle was one of the most painful he had ever witnessed.
You go behind the scenes, and see the wire-working and machinery, but we get the effect of the spectacle.
Stormy Gorman gave a single whoop at the spectacle and, with his two cowboys at his heels, fled for life.
All this, however, was tame; but the winding up of the spectacle in a quiet natural way.
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