Puppetry



[puhp-i-tree] /ˈpʌp ɪ tri/

noun, plural puppetries.
1.
the art of making or presenting shows.
2.
the action of .
3.
mummery; mere show.
4.
collectively.
/ˈpʌpɪtrɪ/
noun
1.
the art of making and manipulating puppets and presenting puppet shows
2.
unconvincing or specious presentation
n.

1520s; see puppet (n.) + -ry.

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