Synonyms for performer

Grammar : Noun
Spell : per-fawrm
Phonetic Transcription : pərˈfɔrm

Top 10 synonyms for performer Other synonyms for the word performer

Définition of performer

Origin :
  • 1580s, agent noun from perform (v.). Theatrical sense is from 1711.
  • noun entertainer
Example sentences :
  • Then the entire audience shouted one name, demanded one performer only.
  • Extract from : « A Nest of Spies » by Pierre Souvestre
  • That you are, and a performer far more wonderful than Marsyas.
  • Extract from : « Symposium » by Plato
  • When the performer lifts his head he ceases counting, so does the confederate.
  • Extract from : « Telepathy » by W. W. Baggally
  • There was never any difficulty in starting the performer off.
  • Extract from : « Victory » by Joseph Conrad
  • The listener feels as if he were a performer; the performer is an enraptured listener.
  • Extract from : « The Gypsies » by Charles G. Leland
  • It needed only a few seconds to drop over the performer, to burn and smother him.
  • Extract from : « Tom Swift and his Motor-boat » by Victor Appleton
  • Interest in you is quite subordinate to interest in the performer.
  • Extract from : « The Etiquette of To-day » by Edith B. Ordway
  • The performer of such a deed is an "as" and it is his luck to be a not public hero.
  • Extract from : « A Boswell of Baghdad » by E. V. Lucas
  • The baggage wagons had preceded the band and performer's wagons.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field
  • Mine, I gather, is not nearly so real as that of a performer in a travelling circus.
  • Extract from : « Gossamer » by George A. Birmingham
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