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  • Barnstormer

    to conduct a campaign or speaking tour in rural areas by making brief stops in many small towns. Theater. to tour small towns to stage theatrical performances. (of a pilot) to give exhibitions of stunt flying, participate in airplane races, etc., in the course of touring country towns and rural areas. (of a professional athletic […]

  • Barnstorming

    to conduct a campaign or speaking tour in rural areas by making brief stops in many small towns. Theater. to tour small towns to stage theatrical performances. (of a pilot) to give exhibitions of stunt flying, participate in airplane races, etc., in the course of touring country towns and rural areas. (of a professional athletic […]



  • Barnum

    P(hineas) T(aylor) 1810–91, U.S. showman who established a circus in 1871. Contemporary Examples And, like Barnum, he bestowed his own name onto his product. The Jewish Condom Magnate Benyamin Cohen December 28, 2009 Acrobat death In 2004, Dessi Espana, a performer with Ringling Bros. and Barnum Bailey, fell 35 feet during a performance. Thrills and […]

  • Barnum effect

    noun the tendency to accept certain vague or worthless information as true, such as character assessments, horoscopes, or exaggerated claims Word Origin from Barnum & Bailey’s Circus Usage Note psychology



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