Bystander

By"stand`er

(), n. [By + stander, equiv. to stander-by; cf. AS. big-standan to stand by or near.] One who stands near; a spectator; one who has no concern with the business transacting.
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He addressed the bystanders and scattered pamphlets among them.
Palfrey.
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Syn. -- Looker on; spectator; beholder; observer.
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