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juggler

[ juhg-ler ]
/ ˈdʒʌg lər /
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noun
a person who performs juggling feats, as with balls or knives.
a person who deceives by trickery; trickster.
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Origin of juggler

before 1100; Middle English jogelour, jogeler, jugelour<Anglo-French jogelour, jugelur,Old French jogleor, jougleor (see jongleur) ≪ Latin joculātor joker, equivalent to joculā() (see juggle) + -tor-tor; replacing Old English gēogelere magician, cognate with German Gaukler, both directly <Latin, as above

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH juggler

juggler , jugular
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How to use juggler in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for juggler

juggler
/ (ˈdʒʌɡlə) /

noun
a person who juggles, esp a professional entertainer
a person who fraudulently manipulates facts or figures
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