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Synonyms for onlooker

someone who looks on

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An unnamed onlooker reported the man with the "distinctive beard" Prince Philip was referring to appeared to be his with wife and child at the event.
It was then that an onlooker came to the man's rescue.
She was eventually pulled to safety - though onlookers suggested she initially refused help.
Everyone was applauding and cheering for him - the claps in the hall were so loud," said onlooker Lisa Horsley.
An onlooker said: "She was really ranting, but there was nothing anyone could do.
The sweat was pouring off him and he collapsed at the table," the Daily Mail quoted the onlooker as telling The Daily Star.
This colorful firework-like painting fills the onlooker with a sense of freedom and delight.
Onlooker Denney Miller, 32, said: "It looked as if they were heading straight for each other until the bigger plane turned on its side away from the passenger one.
One onlooker said: "I didn't see him falling but I saw him lying on the road.
While an onlooker was holding the 42-year-old, he fired the gun into the ground, without hurting anyone.
An onlooker said: "She was stunning, with her lovely brown legs.
An onlooker said: "She wasn't hiding the ring and quite proudly showed it off.
One onlooker said: 'That girl buried in fruit seems to be freezing, people do strange things for money'.
One onlooker said: 'She was making tea and reading magazines as he was getting his hair cut.
While loading the surviving victim into an ambulance one onlooker tried to enter the vehicle and had to be removed by police, officials said.