- n. Plural form of passerby.
“The temptation for merchants to offer Deals to lure in passersby may be overwhelming; will we also see shopkeepers complaining about Facebook's leverage the way some restaurateurs worry about OpenTable?”
“Your choice to ignore your responsibilities and then sit around gruffly barking at passersby is just that, your choice.”
“Not the least shadow of a memory, either in passersby or in the neighbors.”
“When asked of their thoughts on the economic slump, the man with the bongos laughs and quickly counts the coins passersby have dropped in his cup.”
“Lovers Walk captures the egotism of love, the moments when you have eyes only for each other; the passersby are the extras, hurrying by unaware of their walk-on role in this everyday romance of tingling possibilities, wounded hearts and stalking tendencies.”
“Surrounded by tall buildings and skyscrapers leading up to the show-stealing MetLife building, it's nearly invisible to passersby, which is too bad because how often is there a wizard at work just above your head?”
“You don ` t know what kind of passersby at the bottom, she could have been hitting people, it wouldn ` t have mattered.”
“Man does not espy this universal providence, and if he did, it would look to him like scattered heaps and collections of material for building a house such as passersby see, while the Lord beholds rather a magnificent palace, constantly building and enlarging.”
“Mark has been able to make modest repairs like replacing mismatched glass paneling on the main building, and moving a large statue of St. Frances to the sidewalk outside the church entrance—an effort to address the fact that most passersby get no indication that the building houses a chapel.”
“Much of this activity took place in public, often in full view to any passersby.”
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