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living statue Line breaks: liv¦ing statue

Definition of living statue in English:

noun

A street entertainer who poses as a statue, in realistic makeup and costume, typically remaining immobile for very long periods of time: entertainment will be provided by jugglers, stilt walkers, singers, dancers and living statues
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  • Keep your customers happy as they wait with comedy magicians, fire swingers, temporary tattoos, a living statue or a street show.
  • Once they reached the stage, a giant scissor lift raised a man dressed as the living statue of Admiral Nelson, in a symbolic recreation of the monument.
  • Just to our right, a performance artist portrayed a living statue as numerous tourists took pictures of her.

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