Examples of spectator in a Sentence
The spectators lining the road cheered the racers on.
The accident attracted a large crowd of spectators.
I wasn't a participant in the preparations, merely a spectator.
Recent Examples of spectator from the Web
Rizzuto plowed head-on into dozens of spectators to the annual Krewe of Endymion parade in Mid-City.
Among the spectators were a few dozen American Outlaws, the U.S. supporters group.
Of the teams in these playoffs, three already had extended the netting to screen spectators: Houston, Washington and Minnesota.
Parade organizers are expecting a good showing of fun entrants and a sizable crowd of spectators on parade day.
This just guarantees both will be spectators against the Warriors.
In addition, volunteers are needed to help manage the 8,000 to 10,000 spectators that come to this event each year.
Someone dressed as the popular board game character Mr. Monopoly was one of the spectators at the Senate Banking Committee's Equifax hearing, held on Wednesday morning in Washington, D.C., CNBC reports.
As People reports, the pair walked hand in hand into the wheelchair tennis event on Monday, sat together during the whole match, and turned around in their seats to happily chat with other spectators.
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Origin and Etymology of spectator
First Known Use: circa 1586See Words from the same year
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