Examples of onlooker in a Sentence
Curious onlookers watched the ceremony.
An onlooker noticed the disturbance.
A crowd of onlookers gathered at the fire.
Recent Examples of onlooker from the Web
He's garnered a loose knit group of curious onlookers and a few partners.
As the fire consumed everything — and everyone — in its path, onlookers were horrified at the sight of dozens of young women crowding onto the rickety fire escape looking desperately for an exit.
The chords project into the room, eliciting toe taps and thigh pats and the kind of head rocking that takes onlookers to a new place.
A couple thousand onlookers were expected to witness the event, police say.
Race onlooker Sue Ward has been involved in mushing for years and was in town from Seward to watch the Iditarod start, wearing a kuspuk with wolverine fur.
The cost was $50 million in January, when the first license to allow existing to casinos to set up satellite shops across the state was snapped up by the company behind Harrisburg’s Hollywood Casino for an amount that shocked onlookers.
The idea is to lock the device when its owner isn’t using it to prevent onlookers from eavesdropping, but Lenovo says it can also be used to offer other advantages, such as adjusting content on screen to move with the user’s gaze.
But Diana’s popularity has led many onlookers to wish the monarchy would skip Charles and go straight to William.
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Definition of onlooker for English Language Learners
: a person who watches an activity or event without being involved in it
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