use passers in a sentence.
Outlandish and informal street performers entertain passers-by who drop coins in turned-up hats.
Other two-title passers were Bob Griese, Roger Staubach,
The angle which it formed with the gable of the large building was filled, at its lower extremity, by a mass of masonry of a triangular shape, probably intended to preserve that too convenient corner from the rubbish of those dirty creatures called the passers-by.
The poet declaimed wherever people would listen to him; the story-teller unrolled his mat and called the passers-by to listen to what wonders he would unfold.
Of some diseases, the virus is a bacillus or coccus, excessively minute fungi recognizable only under the microscope; but the bacteriologists are now beginning to speak of viruses so impalpable that they, unlike ordinary bacteria, can go through the pores of a clay filter, are filter-passers, that is are of ultra-microscopic dimensions.