[ US /tɹəˈpiz/ ]
[ UK /tɹəpˈiːz/ ]
  1. a swing used by circus acrobats
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How To Use trapeze In A Sentence

  • ‘Invented is a grandiose term,’ he says, explaining his hybrid of a trapeze and the industry-standard theatre flying devices.
  • Using silks, ropes, a trapeze and an aerial hoop, the duo examine, with minimal words, that indecipherable emotion.
  • They swoop over the crowd on wires and perform acrobatic feats on trapezes.
  • There are trapeze artists, clowns, aerialists and the like, but there are other, darker elements.
  • Neolithic tools like points, trapezes and lunates made of chert and chalcedony, besides stone querns and grinders, decorated bone objects, pieces of ochre and human burials were also found here.
  • The dinghy has three sails and a trapeze, which allows Katherine to lean out of the boat on a wire to counteract the force of the sails and keep the boat upright.
  • Apparently, there'll also be trapeze artists and a 7m-long animatronic croc. The Sun
  • About 45 street performers will be entertaining the crowds by playing music, walking the trapeze and performing acrobatics.
  • It's like living in a circus tent under trainee trapeze artists.
  • Other members of the cast of La Nouba include funambulists, dancers, tumblers, trapeze performers, equilibrists, clowns, actors, acrogymnasts, cyclists, musicians, vocalists and circus artists.
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