Definition of juggler
1a : one skilled in keeping several objects in motion in the air at the same time by alternately tossing and catching themb : one who performs tricks or acts of magic or deftness
2 : one who manipulates especially in order to achieve a desired end
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Rockville Public Library's summer full of children's programs kicked off on Monday, June 29, with a performance by comedian/juggler Bryson Lang.
There will be an assortment of parade entries, including five high school bands (RB, Poway, Del Norte, Mt. Carmel and Westview), scout troops, clowns, jugglers, horses, pageant queens and dignitaries.
Joining Owens at Waterfront Park, a couple of jugglers, several hoopers, a guy spinning poi balls (unlit fireballs on thin rope) and 24-year-old John Mark Hummel, was spinning a staff.
Joining Owens at Waterfront Park, a couple of jugglers, several hoopers, a guy spinning Poi Balls (unlit fireballs on thin rope) and John Mark Hummel using a Contact Staff.
A variety of entertainment runs throughout the weekend, with magicians, jugglers, reptiles, inflatables and more await.
At the time an accomplished juggler with the Ringling Brothers’ Circus, Kay (whose real name is Olga Karavajeva) was trying to break into the broader world of show business.
Stilt-walkers, clowns, jugglers, bikers and bands elevated the event’s festive mood.
Sword fighters, merchants, jugglers and story tellers round out the renaissance feel.
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Origin and Etymology of juggler
Middle English jogelour minstrel, magician, from Anglo-French jugleur, jogolur, from Latin joculator, from joculari
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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