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  • Info In America, a sideshow is an extra, secondary production associated with a circus, carnival, fair or other such attraction.
  • He continued to produce and develop films through his production company Sideshow Cinema.
  • She and her family tried to run away but ended up as a sideshow in a carnival.
  • A popular sideshow is an athletics competition for teaching and non-teaching staff.
  • If the hands are equal, the player who asked for the sideshow is forced to fold.
  • If you have seen your cards, you can ask for a sideshow after placing your bet.
  • You can ask for a sideshow with the previous player (who placed the last bet).
  • We should actually take pride in this little sideshow.
  • There are now more sideshow performers than at any other time in the genre's history.
  • The armless wonder was often one of the most highly paid people of the sideshow.
  • This episode marked the first time a Sideshow Bob episode was not a mystery.
  • The player can either accept or decline your sideshow request.
  • "Sideshow" was also released as a single in the UK and Europe.
  • Any one would think you were the barker at a sideshow. Cited from The Radio Boys' First Wireless, by Allen Chapman
  • It shows that [we're] not just a sideshow act.
  • Like many sideshow performers, his act consisted of telling tall tales about his body modification.
  • Sideshow Symphonies was also ranked among the top ten albums of the year in the magazine.
  • His commanders saw nothing to lose in sending him to what was considered a sideshow to the events in Europe.
  • Her husband also worked with the sideshow as a road assistant and acted as Dolly's manager.
  • Note: A blind player cannot ask for a show/sideshow.
  • Nevertheless, it reached number eight on the website's list of ten best Sideshow Bob episodes of the series.
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Words starting with sideshow

Meaning of sideshow

  • noun A subordinate incident of little importance relative to the main event
    instruction is not an educational sideshow
  • noun A minor show that is part of a larger one (as at the circus)