Meaning of glove puppet in English:

glove puppet

Pronunciation

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noun

British
  • A cloth puppet fitted on the hand and worked by the fingers.

    ‘It is funny how the chambers fit your fingers like a glove puppet.’
    • ‘He dons his legendary glove puppet and offers a sweet performance of ‘Happy Birthday’ to someone on the front row.’
    • ‘A glove puppet used by the actor played the role of a ‘journalist’ who is in search of a hot and spicy story for the coming day's paper.’
    • ‘To get the message across, they use a glove puppet to help illustrate scenarios.’
    • ‘The cheeky glove puppet fox hosts a variety and sketch show format - a procession of comic stooges play straight man and second fiddle to his antics.’
    • ‘Following him will be a glove puppet performance by the highly-regarded Hsiao Hsi-yuan troupe.’
    • ‘I chose not to join in the pro-hunt march, but I did enjoy seeing the local TV news reporter doing a piece to camera with a cuddly fox glove puppet on his hand.’
    • ‘String puppets Muffin the Mule, Andy Pandy and Pinky and Perky and glove puppet Sooty were among early TV's biggest stars.’
    • ‘Schofield had his own comic sidekick, squeaky glove puppet Gordon the Gopher.’
    • ‘The kids' handwork is in the form of finger and glove puppets.’
    • ‘The kit consists of dolls, glove puppets and models, including a garage, designed to encourage interaction.’
    • ‘So boomerangs, glove puppets, masks, water pistols and the like will continue to find a market.’
    • ‘All the activities had a ghostly theme and they even made ghostly glove puppets.’
    • ‘Now, the Clangers were a set of knitted woollen glove puppets from a Sunday afternoon TV programme, screened if my memory serves after Liberace and before I Love Lucy.’
    • ‘But, good as his word, he had picked up everything on the list, plus a little extra - two comical glove puppets to entertain the kids.’
    • ‘Out came the appropriate glove puppets afterwards, followed by much ‘cooking’ activity in the kitchen.’
    • ‘While Andy, Bill and Ben were controlled from above on strings, Rag, Tag and Bobtail were glove puppets manipulated from below.’
    marionette, glove puppet, hand puppet, finger puppet, rod puppet, shadow puppet