Recent Examples of showman from the Web
Ever a showman, Heathco even saved room for theatrics.
One of the key presidential powers is access to the bully-pulpit, which Trump is remarkably inept at commanding despite (or perhaps because) of his long career as a showman.
Through it all, Lewis remained the consummate showman, and his distinctive comic legacy surely will continue to survive for decades to come.
And Roosevelt was, after all, not just a great leader but a great showman and an unsurpassable flatterer.
And Trump himself, always a two-bit showman, announced the policy in a way sure to keep the attention on him.
The consummate showman always delivers a memorable performance.
Macron's understanding of Trump Mr. Macron’s invitation reflects an astute sizing up of an American president like no other, a showman with a taste for the grandiose, say specialists in the often thorny yet enduring Franco-American relationship.
This is far from the first time Dion has become a showman for fans off-stage.
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Definition of showman for English Language Learners
: a person who is good at entertaining people
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