audience


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Synonyms for audience

the body of persons who admire a public personality, especially an entertainer

a chance to be heard

Synonyms for audience

a gathering of spectators or listeners at a (usually public) performance

the part of the general public interested in a source of information or entertainment

an opportunity to state your case and be heard

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a conference (usually with someone important)

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The audience yelled its appreciation of Danny's display of sporting spirit.
The heroe, being unwilling to quit his shoulder of mutton, and as unwilling to draw on himself the indignation of Mr Wilks (his brother-manager) for making the audience wait, had bribed these his harbingers to be out of the way.
It was only a few years before that time that any white man in the audience might have claimed me as his slave; and it was easily possible that some of my former owners might be present to hear me speak.
King Wallace was doing his turn and holding the audience spellbound.
We shall be flat enough at night, when the drop falls on the second act, and the audience have seen the last of her.
The audience began to anticipate it and to roar with delight when it came.
Presently the King would arrive, solitary and alone, and the players would being at the beginning and do the entire opera over again with only that one individual in the vast solemn theater for audience.
The last act was a triumph for the hero, poor and of the masses, the representative of the audience, over the villain and the rich man, his pockets stuffed with bonds, his heart packed with tyrannical purposes, imperturbable amid suffering.
About it, on three sides, the ordinary part of the audience had stood during the performance, while the inn-guests and persons able to pay a fixed price had sat in the open galleries which lined the building and ran all around the yard.
Kulan Tith need not permit the air of his audience chamber to be defiled by the heresies that issue from your polluted throat to judge you.
She wished she were sitting down in the audience with Diana and Jane, who seemed to be having a splendid time away at the back.
Then turning to and fro toward the audience he narrated the acts upon the value of which my reward was to be determined.
Jevon, a century earlier, was in the habit of taking great liberties with authors and audience.
His audience applauded him--and so, for that time, the skirmish ended.
And yet, let me add finally, never have I been so appalled and shocked by the world's cruelty as have I been appalled and shocked in the midst of happy, laughing, and applauding audiences when trained-animal turns were being performed on the stage.