onlooker

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From on +‎ look +‎ -er, probably from the verb look on, but compare with onlook.

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onlooker (plural onlookers)

  1. A spectator; someone looks on or watches, without becoming involved or participating.
    I wasn’t involved in the fight; I was only an onlooker.

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