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  • The beholder seems to stand on rising ground, looking away over miles of country. Cited from The Jewel City, by Ben Macomber
  • The aim is to make the beholder think about his condition of human being.
  • So as it is impossible that any beholder can be content to be such a one. Cited from English literary criticism, Various, C.E. Vaughan
  • Surprise filled all beholders to see how properly he set them, though he had never seen the game before. Cited from The Children's Hour, Volume 3 (of 10), by Various
  • How well he has executed his design depends on himself much, on the beholder much. Cited from A Hero and Some Other Folks, by William A. Quayle
  • He appeared now like one of those who impress the beholder as having suffered wrong in being born. Cited from The Woodlanders, by Thomas Hardy
  • His pictures always tell their story, first to the eye, next to the heart and soul of the beholder. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 4, No. 23, September, 1859, by Various
  • The artist does his work -- the beholder must do his. Cited from The Cardinal's Snuff-Box, by Henry Harland
  • Like with all Beholder games, new features are added to the game continually since its release.
  • If the color is in the eye of the beholder, so is the mass.
  • Their whole bearing gave the beholder to understand that they were persons of distinction. Cited from The Young Captives: A Story of Judah and Babylon, by Erasmus W. Jones
  • The last of his stay on earth will appear horrible to the beholder. Cited from Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions, by Slason Thompson
  • His arms were many in number and in each was a weapon that struck the beholder with fear. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3
  • These so added to his fearful appearance as to strike terror into all beholders. Cited from The Pirates' Who's Who, by Philip Gosse
  • Common wisdom tells us that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
  • The moon was not her equal in the eyes of those beholders. Cited from Gideon's Band, by George W. Cable
  • To look on that, can be good for no human beholder; to look away from that, must be good. Cited from Latter-Day Pamphlets, by Thomas Carlyle
  • Beholder took the lead from the start and broke clear of the field to open up a three length advantage on the final turn.
  • Restoration is so perfect that the ordinary beholder would never know the tower had been touched. Cited from British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car, by Thomas D. Murphy
  • His very dress, as he stood upon the shore, was a scandal to all beholders. Cited from Roman life in the days of Cicero, by Alfred J[ohn] Church
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