The crowd, as if witnessing an escalating game of the dozens in a schoolyard, let out a quiet “ooooooooooh.”
witnessing the experiences of our friends and family has been a huge factor in our choice to limit our family to two.
It was like witnessing the last two weeks of the life of a blind and toothless dog you knew the vet was just itching to destroy.
The audience members were invited voyeurs, witnessing a glorious love affair between a woman and her body.
Watching Paar do his last Tonight show was almost like witnessing an ascent into clouds.
On witnessing this miracle, a great number of spectators were converted to the Faith.
"Without doubt, he could gather no confidence by witnessing our indifference," he said.
In Africa and Asia we are witnessing the turbulent unfolding of new nations and continents.
Her eyes burned with the horror of witnessing some irrevocable deed.
There would be a pretty scene then, Cerise would have much enjoyment in witnessing the encounter.
c.1300, from witness (n.). Related: Witnessed; witnessing.
More than one witness was required in criminal cases (Deut. 17:6; 19:15). They were the first to execute the sentence on the condemned (Deut. 13:9; 17:7; 1 Kings 21:13; Matt. 27:1; Acts 7:57, 58). False witnesses were liable to punishment (Deut. 19:16-21). It was also an offence to refuse to bear witness (Lev. 5:1).