One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(at a rodeo) a person whose job is to distract the bull from a competitor who has been unseated in a bull-riding event, or to provide comic entertainment for an audience between events.‘for the past five years as a rodeo clown Harrison has kept riders out of harm's way’‘if you enjoy making people laugh, you might wonder how to become a rodeo clown’
- ‘But most fell off in a second or two and rolled clear of the beast as rodeo clowns waved the bull through a gate.’
- ‘The inaugural Rodeo New Orleans features a full slate of competitive events, professional rodeo clowns, trick riders and more.’
- ‘Rodeo clown Big Al keeps the crowd entertained between events.’
- ‘I stocked up here for the job I had one summer working on the PBR tour as a rodeo clown.’
- ‘The RAM Rodeo Tour includes bronco riding, roping competitions, barrel racing and ladies breakaway roping as well as trick riding and rodeo clowns.’
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.