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Use "spectators" in a sentence
"Shakespeare alludes to a custom of his time, when the clown, or low comedian, as he would now be called, addressing the audience during the play, entered into a contest of raillery and sarcasm with such spectators as chose to engage with him.] [Footnote III. 55: _Barren spectators_] _i. e._, dull, unapprehensive spectators.] [Footnote III. 56: _Question_] Point, topic.] [Footnote III. 57: _Cop'd withal."
"We learn that one of the spectators is a suspicious lady with a camera hidden inside her bag."
"The standing place for the spectators is a wooden floor resting upon two pillars and rising on an inclined plane, so as to enable all to have a view of the area in the center."