noun, plural pass·ers·by [pas-erz-bahy, -bahy, pah-serz-], /ˈpæs ərzˈbaɪ, -ˌbaɪ, ˈpɑ sərz-/,
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I only hope some curious passerby picked it up from whatever park bench or lobby sofa or cafe table I left it on, read it and set it back out into the wilds.World class: Remembering legendary travel writer Jan Morris|Liza Weisstuch|December 10, 2020|Washington Post
"You're a bunch of killers," a passerby told cops standing sentry there, according to one police source.
Because while calling a passerby “sexy” may be uncouth, it shouldn't be illegal.
She had been choked unconscious and very likely would have died had a passerby not scared away her attacker.
I was in a production of Oliver Twist and I was a passerby, and I had five words: “Coming down the street there!”Lupita Nyong’o On Her Magical Journey from Kenya to ‘12 Years A Slave’ and Possible Oscar Glory|Marlow Stern|February 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A passerby found her body last week, half hidden, half burned, in the Bois de Boulogne on the outskirts of Paris.France’s New Prostitution Law Targets Johns, Ignites National Debate|Christopher Dickey|December 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
On the way home Susanna could scarcely refrain from calling out to every passerby some hint of their good fortune.Mighty Mikko|Parker Fillmore
Frank could see that the door was ajar, as though inviting the passerby to enter without the formality of knocking.The Outdoor Chums at Cabin Point|Quincy Allen
They take the boy to Paris, employ a passerby—a man of their own class, no doubt—for a few francs, to deliver him at your door.The Blue Lights|Arnold Fredericks
The rhododendron, with its brilliant colouring, is everywhere, and the little forget-me-not nods to every passerby.Days in the Open|Lathan A. Crandall
The "sport" was soon stopped, however, by a passerby, who administered a rebuke that could hardly be forgotten.