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  • noun A gender-neutral term for a showman or showwoman

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Examples

  • She was a remarkably skilled sharpshooter and showperson, and her own unique star hasn't dimmed over time.

    View from the Northern Border

  • She was a remarkably skilled sharpshooter and showperson, and her own unique star hasn't dimmed over time.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • Her hold was now full of an assortment of ropes, screens, fake treasure chests, feather-light swords, and an eclectic collection of bric-a-brac furniture ranging from ornate ancient chairs to stools some showperson might just have stolen from an ultramodern bar somewhere.

    The Wizard Of Karres

  • Hence she proved quite willing to take the role of intinerant showperson.

    The Game Of Empire

  • When asked if he had a charisma problem given the high profile of the Premier, Kristina Keneally, Mr O'Farrell said: '' I always thought charisma was a Greek word for sex appeal … I think the people of NSW understand they don't need a showperson as minister, they need people who can actually do the job.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • Naural showperson that she is, Alison Goldfrapp has changed personas compulsively since her U.K. duo's 2000 debut, moving from arty cabaret balladeer to electro glamazon to the psychedelic wood nymph of 2008's Seventh Tree.

    Spin Magazine Online -

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