performer[ per-fawrm ]SEE DEFINITION OF performer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERFORMER
Then the entire audience shouted one name, demanded one performer only.
That you are, and a performer far more wonderful than Marsyas.
When the performer lifts his head he ceases counting, so does the confederate.
There was never any difficulty in starting the performer off.
The listener feels as if he were a performer; the performer is an enraptured listener.
It needed only a few seconds to drop over the performer, to burn and smother him.
Interest in you is quite subordinate to interest in the performer.
The performer of such a deed is an "as" and it is his luck to be a not public hero.
The baggage wagons had preceded the band and performer's wagons.
Mine, I gather, is not nearly so real as that of a performer in a travelling circus.