noun, plural pup·pet·ries.
Origin of puppetry
Related Words for puppetrypuppetry
Examples from the Web for puppetry
Contemporary Examples of puppetry
The prints were inspired by characters that populate Sicilian street fairs and puppetry stages.Ode to Joy: Dolce, Versace and Bottega in Milan for Spring 2013
September 23, 2012
The animal realm comes alive to us as puppetry, and the human invention of war comes to seem more and more unreal.War Horse Rides to Broadway
April 16, 2011
Historical Examples of puppetry
He was too studied a believer in the puppetry of men and women to make them more than ridiculous.
Still he had no delight in shuffling a puppetry; he would have preferred automatic figures.The Celt and Saxon, Complete