American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act of seeing, watching, or examining.
- n. The act or an instance of watching a movie or television.
- n. Pennsylvania See wake1.
- adj. Engaged in watching a movie or television: a poll of the viewing audience.
- n. a vigil held over a corpse the night before burial
- n. the display of a motion picture
“Her second viewing is this Saturday, May 22 — and [...]”
“… Speed Channel got a 59% jump in viewing households — to 1.72 million — for Danica Patrick's stock-car racing debut in the ARCA Racing Series Saturday.”
“Slowly drag the slider to the right, and the web site will fade into view enough for you to be able to tell whether what you are viewing is safe for work or not.”
“While they will technically hold your iPad in viewing range you are guaranteed to knock it over and have it whack whatever is behind it the first time you try it.”
“My third question for Mika: Do you feel that mothers should offer their daughters guidance in viewing sex as a positive experience?”
“My viewing is always random episodes depending on where I am when its playing, so I guess the main link through plot lines are somewhat lost upon me.”
“On the issue of tape-delaying primetime Olympic action in the West, NBC has pointed out it can't be that big of a deal since Olympic viewing is always highest in the Mountain and Pacific time zones.”
“Garden window: Although I have never displayed a village in this setting, I would agree that it is a perfect location to build your village in a way that not only shows it off for viewing from the inside, but enables you to proudly display your creativity to outside viewers.”
“Still, there are complaints that public viewing or viewing in dorms and bars, in addition to online viewing, is not accurate enough to reflect the true viewership of a series.”
“My first viewing is going to be at the red-carpet premiere in LA.”
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