Experience had taught the spotter the type of man one may pounce on without fear of sharp words or resentful blows.
You may be a spotter, for all I know, but I don't care a hang.
On this day, when Croly Addicks had finished his modest lunch, the spotter was lurking near the exit.
You had a spotter working this up, I suppose: who is he, and where is he?
"That won't make me bust out cryin', Chinless," called the spotter derisively.
And in the meantime, if things panned, Jimmy could be useful as a spotter.
Or he may have to report the results of a mock bombardment, and thus prepare himself for the duties of the artillery “spotter.”
The tired-looking man on the street-car may, in fact, be a professional "spotter."
Now Hatch tells me that I was working with a spotter—his spotter—and that he can send me up for bribery.
Pauduveris had been employed by the United Railroads as a “spotter.”