Definition of Charles ringling

1. Noun. United States showman whose song-and-dance troop evolved into a circus (1863-1926).

Exact synonyms: Ringling
Generic synonyms: Impresario, Promoter, Showman



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Charles Ringling

Charles Laughton
Charles Lindbergh
Charles Liston
Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte
Charles Louis de Secondat
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
Charles M. Schulz
Charles Martin Hall
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand
Charles Menninger
Charles Munroe Schulz
Charles Peirce
Charles Percy Snow
Charles Pierre Baudelaire
Charles Proteus Steinmetz
Charles Ringling
Charles River
Charles Robert Darwin
Charles Robert Redford
Charles Schulz
Charles Stewart Parnell
Charles Stuart
Charles Taze Russell
Charles Thomson Rees Wilson
Charles VII
Charles Watson-Wentworth
Charles Wesley
Charles Wilkes
Charles William Post
Charles de Gaulle

Literary usage of Charles ringling

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1. Florida: Gulf Coast by Don Philpott (2003)
"This was further boosted by the arrival of entrepreneurs John and charles ringling, who chose Sarasota as the winter headquarters for their world-famous ..."

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