- adj. Reminiscent of a circus.
“Well, maybe it is kind of circusy, but not in a lions and bears way.”
“I have been by that building many times and I understand how you would call it and some of his designs like the ones in Denver as "circusy" but it is pretty cool how that building was placed right in the middle of all those other buildings at MIT.”
“circusy" manner in which he had entered the room.”
“And yes, there's a risk that the trial will deteriorate into a more circusy spectacle in New York than it would otherwise devolve.”
“I ought to take a shot, inside the circusy frame, and post it here.”
“I agree that their baba gannouj is THE best, and it does indeed do circusy things in the mouth.”
“The food is top-notch, and the decor—billowing silk in shades of burned yellow and red—is circusy and elegant.”
“I suggested colors in vegetable dyes to make the dogs a little more circusy.”
“I'm never one to pass up a reasonably priced piece of art involving anything vaguely freakish or circusy.”
“He tries not to use the term "unicycle" anymore: too circusy.”
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