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See definition of trouper on Dictionary.com
  • as inactor
  • as inmimic
  • as inperformer
  • as inplayer
  • as intraveler
  • as inveteran

synonyms for trouper

  • artist
  • character
  • clown
  • comedian
  • entertainer
  • performer
  • player
  • star
  • villain
  • amateur
  • barnstormer
  • extra
  • foil
  • ham
  • headliner
  • idol
  • impersonator
  • lead
  • mime
  • mimic
  • pantomimist
  • playactor
  • soubrette
  • stand-in
  • stooge
  • thespian
  • understudy
  • ventriloquist
  • walk-on
  • bit player
  • hambone
  • ingenue
  • ingénue
  • straight person
  • thesp
  • acrobat
  • actor
  • actress
  • artist
  • artiste
  • contortionist
  • doer
  • funambulist
  • impersonator
  • mime
  • musician
  • player
  • star
  • thespian
  • tumbler
  • worker
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antonyms for trouper

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  • audience
  • fan
  • fan
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      How to use trouper in a sentence

      "That is because I am a trouper, and troupers live in their trunks," smiled Anne.
      GRACE HARLOWE'S THIRD YEAR AT OVERTON COLLEGEJESSIE GRAHAM FLOWER
      And he there made those excellent verses of the Trouper (quaere).
      BRIEF LIVES (VOL. 2 OF 2)JOHN AUBREY
      The woman had been a trouper in the old days of one-night stands.
      GIGOLOEDNA FERBER
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      capacitor

      WORDS RELATED TO TROUPER

      • acrobat
      • actor
      • actress
      • artist
      • artiste
      • contortionist
      • doer
      • funambulist
      • impersonator
      • mime
      • musician
      • player
      • star
      • thespian
      • trouper
      • tumbler
      • worker
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