sideshow[ sahyd-shoh ]SEE DEFINITION OF sideshow
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SIDESHOW
I haven't had a better one since I went to the sideshow at the circus.
I have wondered sometimes if it were a seat in a sideshow which she had designed for me.
A library of trivia, museum of curiosa, sideshow of freaks, and shrine of greatness.
The sideshow got a dime of hers before the big show started and again after it ended.
It was all like a county fair of Iowa, only more dignified, with no touch of sideshow.
How good it felt to get into 'em and banish that sideshow tent of a skirt.
But suppose we hurry along and inspect this panorama they talk so much of; it isn't going to be any sideshow.
I scrutinized the fellow's features and recognized in him a Russian who had been exhibited in our sideshow as a "hairy man."
We had a minstrel sideshow in the afternoon, and a regler theater for a sideshow in the evenin'.
"Biting off live chickens' heads, in a sideshow wild-man act," Hideyoshi O'Leary supplied.