sideshow

[ US /ˈsaɪdˌʃoʊ/ ]
[ UK /sˈa‍ɪdʃə‍ʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a subordinate incident of little importance relative to the main event
    instruction is not an educational sideshow
  2. a minor show that is part of a larger one (as at the circus)
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How To Use sideshow In A Sentence

  • They are considered something of a sideshow in the struggle of corporate giants for control of markets and influence over the state.
  • Sideshow Bob terrorizes Bart after he is paroled from prison.
  • Music was supplied by Woodfalls Junior Band and there were dancing displays by the New Forest School of Dancing, falcons, vintage and veteran vehicles, stalls, sideshows and various competitions.
  • There will also be a funfair, sideshows, stalls and refreshments.
  • The Tokyo Motor Show is not the antic sideshow of wacky and improbable concept vehicles it once was.
  • instruction is not an educational sideshow
  • As a result, Truzzi was intrigued by magic, juggling, sideshows, carnivals, and circuses.
  • On the other hand, it could be a mere sideshow. Times, Sunday Times
  • The media still regards women's sport as a sideshow to the main event.
  • Yesterday, Mr. Diller issued a statement saying IAC wouldn't be "daunted" by "a desperate sideshow designed to exert pressure on the board and management of IAC as they attempt to responsibly act in the best interest of their stockholders. A Not-So-Loving Triangle
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