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Look up spectator in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Spectator or The Spectator may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Publications. 1.1 United Kingdom ... Disambiguation icon, This disambiguation page ...

Spectator | Define Spectator at Dictionary.com

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Spectator definition, a person who looks on or watches; onlooker; observer. See more.

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... Representation (disambiguation) translation, English dictionary definition of ... in which a spectator can stand and view a representation of the earth's surface.

Audient - definition of audient by The Free Dictionary

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... audient pronunciation, audient translation, English dictionary definition of ... Collins (1991: 17) explains that "the audient spectator of an oral performance must ...

Spectre - definition of spectre by The Free Dictionary

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2. a mental image of something unpleasant or menacing: the spectre of redundancy. [C17: from Latin spectrum, from specere to look at]. Collins English ...

Allurement - definition of allurement by The Free Dictionary

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... allurement pronunciation, allurement translation, English dictionary definition of ... demoralizing the spectator by every allurement French ingenuity can invent,  ...

Transcendency - definition of transcendency by The Free Dictionary

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... transcendency pronunciation, transcendency translation, English dictionary ... no to camp no to seduction of spectator by the wiles of the performer no to eccentricity no ... Transcendence (disambiguation) · Transcendence ( disambiguation) ...

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bar. 1) n. collectively all attorneys, as "the bar," which comes from the bar or railing which separates the general spectator area of the courtroom from the area  ...

Horripilation - definition of horripilation by The Free Dictionary

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... synonyms, horripilation pronunciation, horripilation translation, English dictionary definition of horripilation. n. ... American spectator Robert Bartley Dinner.

Electrify - definition of electrify by The Free Dictionary

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... electrify translation, English dictionary definition of electrify. tr.v. e·lec·tri·fied ... jolt, fire, galvanize, take your breath away The spectators were electrified by his ...

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Spectator | Definition of Spectator by Merriam-Webster

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a person who watches an event, show, game, activity, etc., often as part of an audience. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary. Examples: spectator in ...

Eyewitness - definition of eyewitness by The Free Dictionary

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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. ... Noun, 1. eyewitness - a spectator who can describe what happened .... EyeWire; eyewitness; Eyewitness (disambiguation) · Eyewitness (disambiguation) · Eyewitness ...

Gladiator - definition of gladiator by The Free Dictionary

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... gladiator pronunciation, gladiator translation, English dictionary definition of ... to fight to the death in a public arena for the entertainment of spectators.