A person who looks on; an observer, a spectator.
Speaker: And ah, because of that, he was a neighbour so he knew all the kids and-whatever. And I remember this bunch of kids get into trouble one day at noon. Interviewer: What do you think they did? Speaker: I can't remember like I think I was a on-looker because I was sort of in the middle, I was in the middle class. So it was, you-know, the older kids and being an on-looker, you were guilty as being there. So anyway we came in and of course everybody had to take their turn and
|A person who looks on; an observer, a spectator.|