Examples of eyewitness in a Sentence
The police are hoping to locate an eyewitness to the shooting.
He was able to give an eyewitness account of the shooting.
Recent Examples of eyewitness from the Web
According to the Chicago Tribune, an eyewitness provided a photo of the American actress and Northwestern University alum on a trip to the windy city.
As usual, the officer who shot Glenn says that the man was reaching for a fellow officer’s gun even though eyewitnesses and video do not show it.
Palestinians say that the teenagers were tortured and that there are no eyewitnesses, but in Israel, the case led to higher sentences for stone-throwing.
The prosecution presented its eyewitnesses and the informant.
There weren't eyewitnesses, fingerprints or other evidence linking anyone to the fires, Thomas' civil attorney argued in the civil complaint.
Blair was an eyewitness to a 2008 shooting in Gary that Major was later convicted of battery for and sentenced to six years, according to court documents.
Geologists comparing the eyewitness reports to remote thermal sensors believe the activity could be a series of minor eruptions.
In 1988, George Gershwin’s former valet, Paul Mueller, asserted that Mr. Gershwin was indeed his boss’s son — but only, an eyewitness recalled, after Mr. Gershwin had badgered the old man unrelentingly.
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EYEWITNESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eyewitness for English Language Learners
: a person who sees something happen and is able to describe it
legal Definition of eyewitness
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