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wire-walker Line breaks: wire-walker

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Definition of wire-walker in English:

noun

An acrobat who walks along and performs feats on a tightrope.
Example sentences
  • Other attractions at the circus include clowns, acrobats, Kenyan warriors, wire-walkers, trapeze artists, an equestrian display and jugglers.
  • The circus boasts camels, zebras, llamas, dogs, pigeons and ducks, as well as clowns, jugglers, wire-walkers and trapeze artists.

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