[ US /ˈbaɪˌstændɝ/ ]
[ UK /bˈa‍ɪstændɐ/ ]
  1. a nonparticipant spectator
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How To Use bystander In A Sentence

  • The charges against the Commanchero members are for "affray" - fighting in public and causing bystanders to fear for their safety. TheState.com: The Buzz
  • Others argue the effect of low-level radiation may be amplified by ‘toxins’ emitted from irradiated cells to non-irradiated ‘bystanders’.
  • Some patients have asystole from the onset of arrest and are unsuitable for defibrillation by the ambulance crew or bystanders.
  • After all, failure to do so could leave them as hapless bystanders in a game of musical chairs which may be nearing its climax.
  • Cytochrome P450-based suicide gene therapy for cancer using prodrugs such as cyclophosphamide (CPA) increases anti-tumor activity, both directly and via a bystander killing mechanism. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • I think the policies are a good step towards finding common ground with the European Union, which is I think a vision that all Greeks should aspire to," a bystander told reporters. Rough Road Ahead for Greece Despite Austerity Measures
  • Much of the policing so far is unobjectionable in its goals and motivation but barely acceptable in the costs to innocent civilian bystanders.
  • He knew that he was not responsible they were just innocent bystanders, he had done nothing wrong, what blame there was rested with other people.
  • The road had not been closed and bystanders gathered to watch the events unfold.
  • Music was a mere bystander. The Sun
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