Examples of viewer in a Sentence
The program attracts millions of viewers every week.
She is a regular viewer of the evening news.
The exhibit was surrounded by a large crowd of viewers.
Recent Examples of viewer from the Web
This means that Jessica's story has already struck a chord with many of 13 Reasons Why's viewers, some of whom relived their own traumas while watching those graphic scenes of assault.
Following the tour, the middle school students began to define key points to include in their video and discussed ways to keep the viewers engaged.
The artist places distressed mirrors in parts of the photographs (including one with John Lewis as a young man) so viewers can see themselves in these events.
But NBC’s decision to retitle the Nightly News broadcasts that aired May 26—the Friday before Memorial Day—as well as June 6, 7, and 9, edged out what would have been a lead of 59,000 total viewers for World News Tonight.
Fox News Channel was the week’s most popular cable network, averaging 2.24 million viewers in prime time.
When Luc Besson’s now classic The Fifth Element arrived in theaters two decades ago, American viewers were stumped.
In season four, many viewers interpreted a scene between Jaime and Cersei Lannister as nonconsensual (although the episode's director Alex Graves said that was not the intention).
Which made this season's Teen Mom OG finale, in which viewers saw Ryan Edwards lolling at the wheel, that much more shocking.
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First Known Use of viewer
VIEWER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of viewer for English Language Learners
: a person who watches television
: a person who sees or looks at something
: a device that is used to look at photographs
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