juggler

[ UK /d‍ʒˈʌɡlɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒəɡəɫɝ, ˈdʒəɡɫɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a performer who juggles objects and performs tricks of manual dexterity
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How To Use juggler In A Sentence

  • But they should not assume he is a good juggler just because he kind of juggled to the music with three balls. Rambles at starchamber.com » Blog Archive » Beatles juggling redux
  • More daring is the Japanese Juggler, which has white rum with chopped pineapple, orange, pineapple, and grape juice with coconut cream.
  • No -- probably also a marabout, a kind of juggler or sorcerer. The Son of Monte-Cristo, Volume I
  • the senator's tax program was mere jugglery
  • People are too hung up on when bacteria may technically grow on something - since when did a little bacteria do all that much harm? it's like the whole anti-bacterial craze, feed yourself normal bacteria and build up your immunities. although I would stay away from older canned/jarred things - botulism is scary. juggler314 Use A Leftovers Log To Safeguard Your Stomach | Lifehacker Australia
  • The performance of jugglery with balls, words and other inventions is sure to leave the audience spellbound.
  • Successful jugglers choose to delegate more responsibilities at this point.
  • It is what some are pleased to call jugglery," he answered, with a light, hard laugh. Can Such Things Be?
  • She was obviously enjoying the antics of the jugglers and tumblers illuminated by the flickering light.
  • Rodiya girls wander the country as dancers and jugglers, and their erect figures, elastic step, and regalness of carriage, would be envied by the proudest woman promenading Vanity Fair; some of them have faces so perfect in a classic way that a sculptor or painter might make himself famous by reproducing them. East of Suez Ceylon, India, China and Japan
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