show business

NOUN
  1. those involved in providing entertainment: radio and television and films and theater
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How To Use show business In A Sentence

  • Stars of the entertainment world turned out to celebrate his 40th year in show business.
  • The hubbub in the reception area was considerable among the gathering of journalists, show business people, and golfers.
  • He started his career in show business by playing the saxophone and singing.
  • She makes a convincing argument for finding a life beyond acting and not letting the business of show business be all-consuming.
  • This kind of blather, meaningless but essentially harmless, suggests that he might be perfectly suited to make the leap from show business to politics.
  • Phyllis always wanted to be in show business.
  • In New York's show business scene, money, fame and power are sacred cows.
  • She got into show business when it was hard going to be an actress and she stuck it out.
  • He started out in ‘show business’ as a singing waiter, deciding to write lyrics because lyricists got paid more than singers.
  • Show business agencies are competing to book celebrities into the May Fair and other hotels in the hope they will be spotted by paparazzi photographers loitering outside. Times, Sunday Times
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