In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ventrílocuo masculineventrílocua feminine
- I had a ventriloquist's dummy and used to do magic shows for the family.
- Like two ventriloquists ' dummies or two sides of the same coin, both master and slave are locked in association.
- Talking of which, I've just got a great job: it's writing a 20 minute dialogue for a ventriloquist and dummy.
- Of course I should have probably looked through the spy hole because staring me in the face was a ventriloquist's dummy.
- To me, this is the sort of person who has taken about as much personal responsibility for mental development as a ventriloquist's dummy.
- The narrative may be a ventriloquist's dummy's dream, or the dream of a woman dreaming she's a ventriloquist's dummy.
- A large bronze doll seated alone on a low shelf at the far end of the room resembles a ventriloquist's puppet.
- A young ventriloquist is touring the clubs and stops to entertain at a bar in a small town.
- Photos and playbills from famous ventriloquists line the walls.
- Your friend's need for validation is somewhat odd and it's understandable that you do not relish being the ventriloquist's dummy.
- Rather than serving as ventriloquists ' puppets for adult expression, Siegel's children seem to speak only for themselves.
- A ventriloquist and puppet collector is to put her rare collection on display.
- Pepper is a true renaissance man: in addition to showing Hubert, he runs a fly-fishing store and performs as a ventriloquist.
- Then he blinks, once, a bit slowly, like a ventriloquist dummy.
- The most sinister of these is a ventriloquist dummy Joey found in an old abandoned house.
- A freakish ventriloquist dummy with the face and voice of a small child told us where to go.
- In it, you produce a wooden ventriloquist's dummy, carved to look a little bit like you.
- The lonely Harlan Pepper, a would-be ventriloquist and believer in animal ESP, has his hopes riding on Hubert the bloodhound.
- This is part of his insightful and terrifyingly personal series of poems from a ventriloquist's dummy to its puppeteer.
- What you have are more voices by a single ventriloquist.
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