rubbernecker


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Synonyms for rubbernecker

a person who stares inquisitively

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As part of her research for Rubbernecker - her fourth novel which comes after a hugely successful trilogy - Belinda visited the dissection room in Cardiff University.
In particular, four claims will be exposed to scrutiny: (i) rubberneckers - i.
Rubbernecker was named crime novel of the year at the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.
No, he was just a looky-lou, a rubbernecker, an amateur.
On the reading pile are Rubbernecker by Belinda Bauer and The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt.
The dishwasher safe Rubbernecker tie is perfect for the man who gets dirty at work.
As with a traffic accident, the curious appear: acquainted onlookers and distant relations negotiate the corridors with rubbernecker temerity and the bitter taste of fear upon their tongues.
I can testify to their effectiveness; I had to use them hard to avoid a multiple shunt on the twisty side of Loch Lubnaig, Perthshire, when a rubbernecker slowed suddenly and the winter sun had obliterated all brake lights.
Ricky had tried stand-up in the Nineties without success, but found Scotland liked his humour when he performed at the 2001 Fringe in Rubbernecker, which also featured Jimmy Carr, Robin Ince and his comedy partner and co-writer Stephen Merchant.
If Victoria does her usual trick of mysteriously surfacing somewhere 10 minutes before the paparazzi, Necker Island will become Rubbernecker Island.
Yaya Toure was a PS250,000-perweek bystander here - a rubbernecker at a car crash site.
When it comes to garden retailing I am a real rubbernecker.
He added he based this view on the comments of people and rubberneckers outside the mall.