passer

Part of speech: noun

One who passes. passerby.

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Usage examples "passer":

  1. However, we had no intention of going there as the bee flies, partly because Tric- Trac might see us, partly because the Lizard wished any prowling passer- by to observe that he was occupied with his illegitimate profession. - "The Maids of Paradise", Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers.
  2. " Not an unmixed blessing," Jack grumbled, at which they all laughed with such infectious mirth that more than one passer- by turned to smile after them. - "Lucile Triumphant", Elizabeth M. Duffield.
  3. Even to- day, and in an England that has lost hold of her past more than has any rival nation, Windsor seems to the passer- by to possess a meaning. - "The Historic Thames", Hilaire Belloc.