showmanship

[ US /ˈʃoʊmənˌʃɪp/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈə‍ʊmənʃˌɪp/ ]
NOUN
  1. the ability to present something (especially theatrical shows) in an attractive manner
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How To Use showmanship In A Sentence

  • All of those outbursts of passion and pathos are mostly showmanship, and it is truly amazing how easily these individuals can break off an attachment or relationship without shedding a tear.
  • Showmanship is an art lost on just about the entire indie world.
  • With consummate showmanship, he closed the ninety-minute set with a third encore, that first, huge hit, the one we'd all been waiting for. DEAD BEAT
  • Her show achievements include numerous regional championships in stock seat equitation and regional reserves in horsemanship and showmanship.
  • Muhammad Ali's showmanship in the ring shouldn't detract from his considerable skill.
  • It proves that beneath the showmanship, there is real talent and a deep well of genuine feeling.
  • And there was more than mere warm-up showmanship in his sensitive handling of the aria's fancy florid writing. Times, Sunday Times
  • This kind of artful barminess takes skill and showmanship - something she has in abundance, along with knives, guns, deep-seated conservative attitudes and the most diseased brain since Krang.
  • The external forms of genuine emotion jarred at first in the context of his signature showmanship.
  • The opening numbers are all high-octane rock numbers with the emphasis on ultimate pomp and showmanship.
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