passerby


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Synonyms for passerby

a person who passes by casually or by chance

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The passerby spotted the smoke and broke into the house to alert the occupant, a man in his 50s who he found asleep in bed.
As result of firing Rehman Shah and a passerby received severe bullets injuries.
A passerby found the body floating in the water and immediately notified the police.
In the end, he revealed his true identity to one passerby who claimed he's a fan of the rapper.
com)-- Passerby, a crowdfunding platform exclusive to film, has announced the launch of its donation platform, with three films in funding.
One passerby picked up the missing exhaust after former Liverpool and Arsenal star Pennant, 28, departed in a roar of engine noise.
The grenade struck a car belonging to Wassim Subuh and wounded passerby Rabih Dalal, the report added.
30am and shot the students, three teachers, and a passerby then fled.
It is believed a passerby was roped into helping the thief carry the generator from the car, which was parked outside a takeaway.
Three-year-old Ethan Christopher French hams it up for the camera recently as he and his dad, Daniel Christopher, have their picture taken by a passerby at the statue of pioneer Eugene Skinner in front of the Eugene Public Library.
The robber was forced to drop his loot when the mystery passerby pursued him.
The group, all of Asian appearance, raced off in a dark-coloured Mercedes after a passerby asked them what they were doing at Torness power station, near Dunbar, East Lothian.
Whether it is the effortless-looking way a scarf is tied, or the nonchalant flip of a jean cuff, a Parisian passerby often requires a quick, studying glance for just how that basic idea was made to look so savvy.
Monday by a passerby who then contacted sheriff's officials.
Just before she would be hit by an approaching car, a passerby is able to grab the girl, thus preventing her from being run over.