noun, plural show·men.
Origin of showman
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Contemporary Examples of showman
Ever the showman, he asks if he can play the tape forward, sing the lyric once, play that “backmasked stuff,” then sing that.The Stacks: The Judas Priest Teen Suicide Trial
June 28, 2014
He was not just the best player of his time—he was a showman of epic proportions.How Sneaker Culture Conquered the World
March 16, 2014
Timberlake, ever the showman, has a knack for transforming into the living embodiment of his music.Justin Timberlake’s Evolving Sound With New Album 'The 20/20 Experience'
March 12, 2013
Despite his reputation as a showman and author of bons mots, Harold Macmillan felt physically ill before each bout.Prime Ministers vs. Parliament: Winners & Losers
David A. Graham
July 20, 2011
As a showman who loves the theatrics, addressing the UN general assembly is the ultimate stage.Libya's Muammar Gaddafi Tried to Execute Me
March 1, 2011
Historical Examples of showman
"Sir, you break the illusion of the scene," mildly remonstrates the showman.
"But, sir, you have not the proper point of view," remarks the showman.
I had the air of a showman rejoicing in his exhibition hall.A Daughter of the Middle Border
I'm the showman of the occasion, moreover, and I avert myself, leaving you to judge.The Tragic Muse
The showman quizzed Alfred as to what he could do in the concert.Watch Yourself Go By
Al. G. Field