Definition of Passersby

1. Noun. (plural of passerby) ¹

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Definition of Passersby

1. passerby [n] - See also: passerby

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Literary usage of Passersby

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1. Reading with Meaning: Teaching Comprehension in the Primary Grades by Debbie Miller (2002)
"After a week or so, children wrote in the titles of their poems, giving those same passersby a chance to confirm or change their thinking. ..."

2. Where Animals Talk: West African Folk Lore Tales by Robert Hamill Nassau (1914)
"He was in such great pain, in his swollen belly, that he was helpless, and cried out to passersby, "Please, open a little hole in my body, and let out this ..."

3. We Discover New England by Louise Closser Hale, Walter Hale (1915)
"The passersby thought I was being summoned, and ceased to be passersby, by stopping and becoming a crowd. So that they had to be dispersed, sternly, ..."

4. We Discover New England by Louise Closser Hale, Walter Hale (1915)
"The passersby thought I was being summoned, and ceased to be passersby, by stopping and becoming a crowd. So that they had to be dispersed, sternly, ..."

5. We Discover New England by Louise Closser Hale (1915)
"The passersby thought I was being summoned, and ceased to be passersby, by stopping and becoming a crowd. So that they had to be dispersed, sternly, ..."

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