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  • noun Plural form of auditioner.

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Examples

  • Instead, the Austin auditioners were flown to San Francisco, where they sang for the star judges.

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  • Atlanta always gets good "American Idol" auditioners, which is why the show keeps going back there.

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  • Atlanta always gets good "American Idol" auditioners, which is why the show keeps going back there.

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  • Some auditioners got the opportunity to show their stuff when television cameras gave them a few seconds in the spotlight.

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  • Some other auditioners proved that, among the many very promising prospects, there were more than a few very untalented people waiting in line to stand before the CEO of Larger Than Lyfe Entertainment and absolutely waste her time as well as their own.

    Larger Than Lyfe

  • If it's actually talent you're looking for, you're more likely to find it among Dance's finalists than America's auditioners, if only because audition shows tend to emphasize the fakes and the freaks.

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  • Tracy and Jenna in that Hummer sunroof, trolling for potential auditioners, was great!

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  • Some auditioners were spotted rehearsing while family and friends sat atop sleeping bags and blankets or on lawn chairs looking on.

    Larger Than Lyfe

  • The salary could be far higher or far lower, for example, and yet the prestige of the job might still attract top flight auditioners.

    In the ballpark

  • For what it's worth, I am hoping one of the auditioners for Tywin will be Bill Nighy ..... possibly Ed Harris.

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