Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as puppet-play, 1.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of puppet show.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Evidently, his little puppet-show of an organization is in the minority of the black perspective on the matter.

    Wonk Room » Black Chamber of Commerce CEO Calls Barbara Boxer A Racist

  • The “Net Neutrality”/anti-DPI thing is just another instance of “Astroturf” — a puppet-show orchestrated by Google and Microsoft, with the DOJ just right behind, because you just know that an increased governmental role over how packets are permitted to be used benefits them immensely.

    DPI is GOOD for you: ‘Um – crap’

  • The next day, 50 kilometers up the road in the village of Steinau an der Strasse, we watched a puppet-show rendition of Mother Holle in the old-town theater.

    On Germany's Fairy-Tale Trail

  • What it matters is that all these was a plan of a sentient being and our heroes were nothing more than puppets of a transcendental puppeteer in a cosmic puppet-show.

    Not In Our Stars: The Betrayals of the Battlestar Galactica Finale

  • The “Net Neutrality”/anti-DPI thing is just another instance of “Astroturf” — a puppet-show orchestrated by Google and Microsoft, with the DOJ just right behind, because you just know that an increased governmental role over how packets are permitted to be used benefits them immensely.

    DPI is GOOD for you: ‘Um – crap’

  • In New York, no “puppet-show … wire or rope-dance, or … other idle shows” could be exhibited for profit.25 Regulations of morality were also economic regulations, in that they defined the permissible limits of earning a living.

    A History of American Law

  • In New York, no “puppet-show … wire or rope-dance, or … other idle shows” could be exhibited for profit.25 Regulations of morality were also economic regulations, in that they defined the permissible limits of earning a living.

    A History of American Law

  • In New York, no “puppet-show … wire or rope-dance, or … other idle shows” could be exhibited for profit.25 Regulations of morality were also economic regulations, in that they defined the permissible limits of earning a living.

    A History of American Law

  • For though the tabernacle was getting shaky by reason of years and merry living, so that what was going on inside might often be guessed without by the movement of the hangings, as in a puppet-show with worn canvas, he could be quiet enough when scheming any plot of particular neatness, which had less emotion than impishness in it.

    The Hand of Ethelberta

  • I do not love a puppet-show, but I love to treat children to one, Miss Conway!

    The Virginians

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