The audience now had the appearance of one watching a juggler perform a trick.
The juggler looked attentively at the hand, and said he would not make the trial.
Napier thought there was some collusion between the juggler and his retainer.
As a mountebank, a juggler, a quack doctor—I spurned the very idea.
He minds you somewhat of a juggler, balancing a long staff on his chin.
The barefaced audacity of the act (like that of a juggler) caused it to pass unobserved.
The first person they stopped to watch was a Juggler doing tricks.
A juggler who makes as much of this worst of all possible worlds as if it were the best.
She suffered with the juggler as he fought a battle with his soul.
But for all that you are a marvelous ‘Juggler of Notre Dame.’