spectator

[n] - a close observer
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Spectator

• (n.) One who on; one who sees or beholds; a beholder; one who is personally present at, and sees, any exhibition; as, the spectators at a show.
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spectator

noun a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind); `the spectators applauded the performance`; `television viewers`; `sky watchers discovered a new star`
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Spectator

Spec┬Ěta'tor noun [ Latin spectator : confer French spectateur . See Spectacle .] One who on; one who sees or beholds; a beholder; one who is personally present at, and sees, any exhibition; as, the spectators at a show. 'Devised and played to take spectators .' S...
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spectator

a close observer; someone who looks at something
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spectator

a close observer; someone who looks at something
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SPECTATOR

A single member of the audience.
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Spectator

Spectator, English daily periodical published jointly by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele with occasional contributions from other writers. It succeeded the Tatler, a periodical begun by Steele on Apr. 12, 1709, under the pseudonym Isaac Bickerstaff. The Tatler appeared twice weekly until it ended ...
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