She has been au courant of the whole affair for the last fortnight—that is, as an on-looker.
An on-looker might have fancied that the would-be God had found his worshipper at last!
Then we disperse, but to any on-looker would seem to have dissolved.
The Republic will only appear to the on-looker to have come upon the scene as a means, not as an end.
Then he was, somehow, in that grotesque position that is only absurd to the on-looker, on his knees beside her.
Indeed, the on-looker who could not follow the king through its various evolutions would be dull of perception.
He was the on-looker, after all—not the experimenter he should have been and wished to be.
Outwardly Friedrich's Life is quiet; busy, none can be more so; but to the on-looker, placid, polite especially.
Such an obvious current of popular opinion set an on-looker to rub his eyes, and feel if he were dreaming.
The slow pace required by the Dead March gave the on-looker time to study the antique style of military movement thus exemplified.