Definition of Showplaces

1. Noun. (plural of showplace) ¹



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Definition of Showplaces

1. showplace [n] - See also: showplace

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Showplaces

showman
showmance
showmances
showmanly
showmanship
showmanships
showmen
shown
showoff
showoffs
showperson
showpersons
showpiece
showpieces
showplace
showplaces (current term)
showplan
showplans
showreel
showreels
showring
showrings
showroom
showrooming
showrooms
showrun
showrunner
showrunners
shows
shows off

Literary usage of Showplaces

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"Therefore it does not rank with the great showplaces of monas- ticism for the grandeur and splendor of its buildings, but has ever attracted travelers, ..."

2. The Panama Gateway by Joseph Bucklin Bishop (1913)
"... gardens of beauty—miniature representatives of the jungle—with a wealth of rare orchids and ferns which made them the showplaces of the isthmus. ..."

3. The Panama Gateway by Joseph Bucklin Bishop (1913)
"... gardens of beauty—miniature representatives of the jungle—with a wealth of rare orchids and ferns which made them the showplaces of the isthmus. ..."

4. The Panama gateway by Joseph Bucklin Bishop (1913)
"... gardens of beauty—miniature representatives of the jungle—with a wealth of rare orchids and ferns which made them the showplaces of the isthmus. ..."

5. The Marshall Plan Summer: An Eyewitness Report on Europe and the Russians in by Thomas Andrew Bailey (1977)
"At the last stop of our tourist bus, before one of the palatial showplaces of Vienna, the middle-aged Austrian woman who was our guide delivered a short ..."

6. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"Therefore it does not rank with the great showplaces of monas- ticism for the grandeur and splendor of its buildings, but has ever attracted travelers, ..."

7. The Panama Gateway by Joseph Bucklin Bishop (1913)
"... gardens of beauty—miniature representatives of the jungle—with a wealth of rare orchids and ferns which made them the showplaces of the isthmus. ..."

8. The Panama Gateway by Joseph Bucklin Bishop (1913)
"... gardens of beauty—miniature representatives of the jungle—with a wealth of rare orchids and ferns which made them the showplaces of the isthmus. ..."

9. The Panama gateway by Joseph Bucklin Bishop (1913)
"... gardens of beauty—miniature representatives of the jungle—with a wealth of rare orchids and ferns which made them the showplaces of the isthmus. ..."

10. The Marshall Plan Summer: An Eyewitness Report on Europe and the Russians in by Thomas Andrew Bailey (1977)
"At the last stop of our tourist bus, before one of the palatial showplaces of Vienna, the middle-aged Austrian woman who was our guide delivered a short ..."

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