Thesaurus / sideshow
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There’s an overlay of international politics involved, with a sideshow storyline about the Justice Department allegedly approaching Gaetz’s father, a former Florida politician, about funding a mission to find an ex-FBI agent missing in Iran.
MATT GAETZ GETS HEADLINES FOR THE SCANDALS. HE SHOULD WORRY ABOUT THE RECEIPTSPHILIP ELLIOTTAPRIL 2, 2021TIME
Right now, investors don’t want to see any noise or sideshows from Tesla and Musk.
ELON MUSK TWEETS, DELETES BRAG THAT TESLA WILL BE BIGGEST COMPANY ‘IN A FEW MONTHS’HANNAH DENHAMMARCH 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Irving has been an unreliable co-star so far this season, alternating between fantastic scoring outbursts and confusing sideshows.
JAMES HARDEN IS A WINNER AND A LOSER OF THE NETS’ BLOCKBUSTER TRADEBEN GOLLIVERJANUARY 14, 2021WASHINGTON POST
On the old web, designed to deliver hyper-targeted ads to unimaginably large audiences, creators have been a sideshow.
THE WEB MUST CHANGE ITS BUSINESS MODEL IF IT WANTS TO BECOME TRULY GLOBAL AND MULTILINGUALMATTHEWHEIMERDECEMBER 21, 2020FORTUNE
"Biting off live chickens' heads, in a sideshow wild-man act," Hideyoshi O'Leary supplied.
ULLER UPRISINGHENRY BEAM PIPER, JOHN D. CLARK AND JOHN F. CARR
Hagen got a quick mental flash of a barker outside a circus sideshow: He walks like a man.
TEN FROM INFINITYPAUL W. FAIRMAN
Unfortunately for posterity, Stieffel did not record his impressions of this little-known sideshow of the Civil War.
HERMANN STIEFFEL, SOLDIER ARTIST OF THE WESTEDGAR M. HOWELL
To make it take an hour he'd have to be ossified, wouldn't he, like the feller in the circus sideshow?
THE PORTYGEEJOSEPH CROSBY LINCOLN
The sideshow got a dime of hers before the big show started and again after it ended.
BACK HOMEIRVIN S. COBB
It was all like a county fair of Iowa, only more dignified, with no touch of sideshow.
THE SPELL OF SCOTLANDKEITH CLARK