A passenger sitting in front of him was attempting to sneak photos of Cooper on his iPhone.
If one device overheats in a passenger cabin, that fire can be readily handled with an extinguisher.
An Uber driver assaulted a passenger and it turned out he had a felony conviction, despite passing the background check.
The passenger with McVeigh, says Moroz, was bigger and had short brown hair.
In the passenger seat, there's a man, buttoned-down shirt and furrowed brow.
Another half-hour, and—unless help arrived—every passenger must swim for it.
Half fearfully I look at my passenger, but he is a black man.
The original ticket of this passenger was then offered in evidence.
I was put on board as a passenger, and we sailed about a week after the ship got in from London.
So the passenger traffic between Amoy and the southern colonies is very great.
early 14c., passager "passer-by," from Old French passagier "traveler, passer-by" (Modern French passager), noun use of passagier (adj.) "passing, fleeting, traveling," from passage (see passage).
And in this I resemble the Lappwing, who fearing hir young ones to be destroyed by passengers, flyeth with a false cry farre from their nestes, making those that looke for them seeke where they are not .... [John Lyly, "Euphues and His England," 1580]The -n- was added early 15c. (cf. messenger, harbinger, scavenger, porringer). Meaning "one traveling in a vehicle or vessel" first attested 1510s. Passenger-pigeon of North America so called from 1802; extinct since 1914.