a squadron of airplanes operating together, especially any of several squadrons of famous World War I aviators.
a carnival troupe, or the like, offering exhibitions of stunt flying at fairs, circuses, etc.
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How to use flying circus in a sentence
While taking established comedy tropes as a starting point, the flying circus is experimental in the truest sense.
As with flying circus, America has some justification for being less familiar with this movie than its predecessor.
As the flying circus celebrates its anniversary, The Daily Beast recalls their funniest routines.
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British Dictionary definitions for flying circus
an exhibition of aircraft aerobatics
the aircraft and men who take part in such exhibitions
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