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  • noun Plural form of earwitness.


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  • More "earwitnesses" reported gunshots from here than from the Depository.

    JFK in 2008 2008

  • Police said quite few people were "earwitnesses" to the shooting, having heard the shots, but no one reported seeing it. there were not too many people out along the street, perhaps since a period of rain was just ending.

    WXIX - LSN Breaking News - Mobile Use Only 2010

  • "Do you want some of me?" earwitnesses heard the ugly American coach bark at Pesquera after the 102-94 quarterfinal score was frozen in lights. - Brown up to his old verbal tricks 2004

  • Officer Gerard McPhillips of the Philadelphia Police said police were able to speak with three earwitnesses who heard, but did not see, the shots.

    The Daily Pennsylvanian 2009


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