Aerialist (noun)

A performer who performs acrobatics while suspended in the air, especially while hanging from a trapeze.

Origin:

Late 19th century: from french aƩrialiste, from aƩrien (see aerial).

Examples:

  1. The aerialist wowed the crowd with his death-defying stunts.
  2. Aerialists require a great deal of strength, skill, and courage.
  3. The circus featured a talented team of aerialists who performed a variety of aerial acts.
  4. Aerialists must have excellent balance and coordination to perform their feats.
  5. The aerialist was trained from a young age to master the art of aerial acrobatics.
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