showman

[ US /ˈʃoʊmən/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈə‍ʊmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person skilled at making effective presentations
  2. a sponsor who books and stages public entertainments
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How To Use showman In A Sentence

  • Superficially, the rationale of the style would seem to be its conjuncture of sensitivity and showmanship.
  • His flair and showmanship won new audiences and gained the theatre great prestige.
  • There is something admirable about this - the absence of showmanship. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is one of a platoon of French intellectuals praising the game as a noble art compared with the selfish showmanship of football. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is a reason for that tokotoko—it's not just for showmanship, but it is to safeguard them.
  • Aside from the showmanship, Ebersole will look to keep the fight moving as Hallman has a wrestling background and is known as a grappler. NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
  • A showman might have exploited the discovery by presenting it to an audience and claiming it was evidence of some supernatural agency.
  • One final piece of understated showmanship: when the band came back for the encore, they straggled on in a seemingly random fashion.
  • The spiv, the showman; Mr Blair promised a brave new world - a shining castle on the hill - very Reaganish... a promise he most certainly could not uphold as there was no hill, the castle was made of papier mache and when the rains came it melted away...... The coalition counts on blaming Labour for everything. Bad move| Rafael Behr
  • Putting Bloom through his never-ending role-playing may be mis-guided but beyond the showmanship is a simple understanding that his brother is his number one concern. Mark enjoys the company of THE BROTHERS BLOOM! | Obsessed With Film
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