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noun
an entertainment, often as part of a circus, representing scenes and events from the early history of the western U.S. and displaying feats of marksmanship, horseback riding, rope twirling, and the like.
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Origin of Wild West show

First recorded in 1880–85

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Wild West show

noun
US a show or circus act presenting feats of horsemanship, shooting, etc
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