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
The leopard sat in the residence for three hours, occasionally emerging to attack forest officials and onlookers.
Blowback arose from poets, disappointed conference fans, and confused onlookers.
In the absence of a public address system, none of the verbal greetings could be heard by onlookers, but Wilson, San Diego’s former mayor, said the prince congratulated him on his Senate election victory last year.
Despite Cincinnati police officers' best efforts, the allure of the worst Ohio River flooding in two decades brought onlookers right to the flooding's edge at Smale Riverfront Park.
The ceremony at the new Mission Oaks Recreation and Parks District park drew about 250 onlookers, including county Supervisor Susan Peters and Sheriff Scott Jones.
On a blustery Friday morning before dozens of supporters and curious onlookers, Rocky McKinnon and his watermen buddies set off in Huntington Beach's first outrigger surf canoe program.
It has been likened to Velma from Scooby-Doo by some amused onlookers, and Chelsea's Eden Hazard was filmed doing a comedic impression of Sterling last season.
His poetic flow wooed onlookers, as his exuberant drummer riled up the momentum.
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First Known Use of onlooker
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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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