A year or so later, a magistrate fined her when her dog bit a passer-by in the Windsor Great Park.
One night a passer-by would have fancied something strange going on there.
It is the shadow of some passer-by thrown into relief on the light background.
He therefore frequently left his cavern, went to the side of the road, and gobbled up a passer-by.
How could the passer-by not be touched by the idea that the stone is so hard?
The cabman bought a torch from a passer-by, and stuck it in his whip-barrel.
As he walked a passer-by could have seen that he was lame; he used a crutch.
It was evident that the lantern swung in the hands of the passer-by—the shadow wavered and seemed agitated.
As he was about to return to the charge her Ladyship desired a passer-by to summon her carriage.
In his paroxysms, so strong an impulse to kill seized him that he would have thrown himself upon the first passer-by.