A Unique Circus

Vocabulary

A. = Adjective   ADV. = Adverb   IDM. = Idiom   N. = Noun   V. = Verb
an act N. 1) a short performance or skit in a circus 2) a part of a theater play
the audience N. the people watching or listening to a performance
to celebrate V. to recognize a special occasion or event with a fun activity or party
a costume N. 1) clothes worn in a play, movie, circus, or other performance 2) clothes worn during a special holiday such as Halloween, Carnival or Mardi Gras
cruel A. enjoying the pain and suffering of others, intentionally causing pain and suffering 
to distinguish V. 1) to set apart, to make the difference, to mark the difference 2) to see, hear, taste or smell the difference (between two or more things)
to juggle V. 1) to keep many things in the air at the same time by throwing and catching them quickly 2) to do many jobs or activities at the same time
This usually indicates that because you are doing many things at the same time, you are tired and overworked.
a magician N. a person who performs magic tricks
mesmerizing A. to be so beautiful or amazing that one becomes speechless and lost in a trance
to range V. to vary from one extreme to another, to represent all types between two very different categories

Exercises

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