noun, car·ny often attributive \ˈkär-nē\
plural carnies or carneys

Definition of CARNY

:  carnival 3a
:  a person who works with a carnival

Variants of CARNY

car·ny or car·ney or car·nie \ˈkär-nē\

First Known Use of CARNY

circa 1933

Rhymes with CARNY


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