[ UK /ˈe‍əɹɪəlˌɪst/ ]
  1. an acrobat who performs in the air (as on a rope or trapeze)
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How To Use aerialist In A Sentence

  • Someone I know can't go to the circus, because watching the aerialists gives her vertigo.
  • And how could you not pay attention to latex lingerie by Atsuko Kudo, lace looks by Carine Gilson and aerialists wearing Seven Bar's Y panty, a G-string with a heart-shaped knot at the center, flying through Cipriani 42nd Street. Lingerie
  • The circus aerialists perform, hanging from the top of the building, twisting through silver hoops and bright red ribbon.
  • She previously worked as a stunt aerialist, hanging from a flying airplane by her teeth.
  • The festival is a training ground for aerialists, now in its third year, and has well exceeded expectations.
  • There are trapeze artists, clowns, aerialists and the like, but there are other, darker elements.
  • In 2009, director James Marsh won an Academy Award for "Man on Wire," which told the story of Philippe Petit, an anti-authoritarian aerialist who in 1974 walked from one Twin Tower to the other on a tightrope. The Short List
  • This physically elastic and histrionically pliable performer is as acrobatic on a stage as an aerialist under the big top.
  • FRAZIER: And from the pictures we're looking at of the crown now and the torch, you can see that not only is the aerialist or parasailor or paraglider down off the balcony, which is composed of the ring of the torch, but so is equipment. CNN Transcript Aug 23, 2001
  • ‘The sky is my domain,’ the self-taught aerialist explains in charmingly fractured English.
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