circus - Writers' Dictionary

How to hyphenate circus

circus is hyphenated as cir-cus

How to pronounce circus

circus is pronounced ´s [ə]r kəs

Number of syllables in circus

The number of syllables in circus is 2

What part of speech in circus?

circus is a noun

How common in the word circus?

circus is not ranked in the list of most common words in English

What sentiment does circus convey?

not ranked

Common collocations after 'circus'

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Common collocations before 'circus'

day, did, girl, going, like, look, old, see, talk, thing, think, three, travel, turn, want

Common collocations of 'circus'

act, any, bear, big, can, day, did, down, first, girl, going, just, know, like, look, new, nothing, old, see, sign, start, talk, thing, think, three, time, travel, turn, want, way

Words with similar spelling to circus

cercus, cirrus

List of anagrams of circus

Crucis

Common Verb Collocations of circus

attend, be, begin, can, come, do, go, have, join, know, leave, look, might, perform, play, resound, run, say, see, stand, suggest, swim, take, throw, travel, will, work, use, 'll, 's

Common Adjective Collocations of circus

American, big, cardiac, clown, day, fair, few, first, four, good, great, indignant, large, last, lemon, like, much, music, other, own, pale, real, rider, Roman, side, strong, such, travel, two, well

Common Adverb Collocations of circus

again, just, lightly, much, not, once, only, publicly, seldom, so, sometime, suddenly, there, together, up, when, where

Common Conjunction Collocations of circus

and, but, nor, or