How Do You Spell CIRCUS?

Correct spelling for the English word "circus" is [s_ˈɜː_k_ə_s], [sˈɜːkəs], [sˈɜːkəs]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Plural form of CIRCUS is CIRCUSES

Anagrams of CIRCUS

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Usage Examples for CIRCUS

  1. I am like a boy when there's a circus in town; I've got the price, and my baggage is checked clear through. - "Trail Tales" by James David Gillilan
  2. What did you come away from the jungle for, if you don't like it in this circus? - "Umboo, the Elephant" by Howard R. Garis
  3. In some of the States that remained loyal to the Union throughout the long struggle, a military parade had been regarded by many as something very much in the nature of a circus display, as " fuss and feathers," such as tickled the vanity of both officer and private. - "A Victorious Union SERIES: The Blue and the Gray--Afloat" by Oliver Optic
  4. I once was with a circus; three days or so; whenever I see an elephant I think of my circus days. - "Puss Junior and Robinson Crusoe" by David Cory
  5. But I do not mean this; I mean that at the moment at which I am speaking I wish I had gone to see the circus. - "How to Speak and Write Correctly" by Joseph Devlin