juggler juggler  /ˈdʒə ɡə lər/


  • (n) a performer who juggles objects and performs tricks of manual dexterity


  1. Once upon a medieval time there was a juggler named Cantalbert.
  2. A prosecutor to probe MeeseHe's a three-pin juggler, a jogger and, in the view of one federal judge, something of a legal genius.
  3. By 1952, Caterina had married a German juggler named Eric van Aro, now lives in West Germany as a popular recording artist and movie actress.


  1. Street Music Week launched with 40-plus performers - Tue, 11 Jun 2013 PST

    The 11th annual Spokane Street Music Week kicked off with stellar sunny weather and 40-plus performers, including a juggler, a ukulele made out of a cigar box and Cole Barber, 15-year-old master of something he called the “Chinese yo-yo.” “I actually started when I was 7,” explained Barber, who added that it took a couple of years to nail some of the trickier tricks.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Spokesman-Review

  2. Things to do Saturday

    Super Summer Program Kickoff: 10 a.m.-noon at Brown County Central Library, 515 Pine St., Green Bay. The Amazing Dave Fleming, magician, juggler, stilt walker. Balloon creations, face painting and more. Popcorn and root beer. Free.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette


  1. Dana Rohrabacher of California said: "And let me just note, who cares if Musharraf takes off his uniform? It's time for him to go. I don't care if he's in his uniform or out of his uniform; it's time for him to go. He has been apolitical juggler and...
    on Nov 9, 2007 By: Dana Rohrabacher Source: TopNews

  2. Kirk Douglas, who acted alongside John Wayne, Yul Brynner and Frank Sinatra in the 1966 film "Cast a Giant Shadow," which Shavelson wrote, produced and directed, remembered him as "a great guy" and "an excellent juggler."
    on Aug 9, 2007 By: Mel Shavelson Source: Los Angeles Times

  3. "I haven't met this juggler yet, and I'm really curious," said Nash over the shouts of schoolchildren lining up to enter the festival site to check out exhibits featuring tennis balls and soapy water bubbles, as well as complex games using...
    on Mar 14, 2008 By: John Nash Source: guardian.co.uk

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