Auditor synonyms

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Someone who listens, especially to a speech or a broadcast.
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(Dated) One who hears; a devout listener.
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The definition of a witness is a person who has seen an event or who testifies about what he has seen.
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An observer of an event, especially a sports contest.
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The people in general, regardless of membership of any particular group.
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A group of people who follow or admire an artist or performer:
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A noble or wealthy person in ancient Rome who granted favor and protection to someone in exchange for certain services.
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One who confesses to having done something wrong.
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One who advises.
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The definition of a critic is someone who evaluates or makes judgments on people or things, or a person whose job it is to evaluate and write about what they experience, especially art, literature and food.
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An appointed or elected official responsible for conducting a court in which he or she resolves legal controversies.
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A reckoner, or someone who maintains financial matters for a person(s)
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A person who investigates someone or something.
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A person responsible for keeping records or documents, such as of a business.
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(Dated, 16th-19th century) registrar, clerk.
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(Law) An advocate or proctor in civil courts or causes.
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Someone who puts on a show for the entertainment or enjoyment of others.
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(Role-playing games) A game master, particularly in games focused on collaborative storytelling.
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(Metaphysics) The subject; one who experiences.
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A person whose work is supervising a gaming table in a casino
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A foreman of a gang of workers
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One who hearkens; a listener.
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One who overhears.
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A man above others in power or authority
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(UK) a prefect in some public schools
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One who studies.
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Someone who is being educated.
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Find another word for auditor. In this page you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for auditor, like: listener, hearer, witness, spectator, eavesdropper, public, audience, patron, confessor, adviser and critic.