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Use "troupes" in a sentence
"There will also be troupes from the Afrikaans, Scottish, French, Portuguese and Tamil communities, which will be showing off their traditions."
"Those "troupes," those "families" -- he turned it all over in his mind -- yes, they judged talent by weight; the public wanted a lot for its money: well, why shouldn't he have a troupe?"
"The son of an immigrant mother who was raised in a “paddy camp” along the Erie Canal, Olcott ran away from home several times to join minstrel troupes and became one of the more celebrated blackface performers in the 1870s."