someone who performs on the street or in a public place, especially for money: Buskers staked out small areas on the boardwalk to serenade the crowd with old-fashioned favorites and newfangled hits.
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How to use busker in a sentence
The senator from Texas and the anarchist busker from New York City have a lot more in common than you might expect.
After a stopover in Paris—she briefly worked as a subway busker, singing in Arabic for tips—Grout returned to Morocco.Boston Irish Girl Jennifer Grout Is The Unexpected Star Of ‘Arabs Got Talent’ | Michael Pizzi | December 5, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
busker, a man who sings or performs in a public-house; an itinerant.The Slang Dictionary | John Camden Hotten
As the latter had said, the girl was sleeping still, and Mrs. busker saw that her position had not changed by a hair's breadth.Julia And Her Romeo: A Chronicle Of Castle Barfield | David Christie Murray