- showman + -ship (Wiktionary)
“I feel that Canada, as I say, should stand up as far as showmanship is concerned.”
“Oh, and John Waters’s essay on showmanship is contained in CRACKPOT, not SHOCK VALUE.”
“Segev’s attempt at heterodox showmanship is shallow.”
“Interview magazine says “these vaudevillian vamps are putting the show back in showmanship.””
“The gospel greats possessed an abundance of spectacular showmanship, which is less heralded but imperative and indisputable.”
“Of course that can be called showmanship … but that only stems from his aggressiveness.”
“Putting Bloom through his never-ending role-playing may be mis-guided but beyond the showmanship is a simple understanding that his brother is his number one concern.”
“Dancers who would profit to the fullest extent in their profession must learn how to absorb this essential element known as showmanship, in the various ways in which it may be done.”
“I think the idea of showmanship has sort of been lost," he says.”
“The sport gives no reward for showmanship, which is the backbone of drifting with its squealing, rubber-burning maneuvers around tight turns and cramped spaces.”
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Black Cat Bastard
*sigh* I wish I had lived in the barnstorming era. In my flying days, I loved nothing more than flipping around in the air and landing in fields or on dirt runways. (^-^)
Looking for tweets for showmanship.