showplace

[ UK /ʃˈə‍ʊple‍ɪs/ ]
[ US /ˈʃoʊˌpɫeɪs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a place that is frequently exhibited and visited for its historical interest or natural beauty
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How To Use showplace In A Sentence

  • The memorial must not be a showplace of artistic ego.
  • Servers handed out hard hats to the 130 guests as they trekked into the manse, expected to be a showplace once the final paintings are hung.
  • She testified that she wrote what would be of interest to her readers, the opening of a showplace for items of interest to decorators and homemakers.
  • showplace" for VIP visitors such as the former President, Carter said: "tragically, the international community ignores the cries for help, while the citizens of Gaza are being treated more like animals than like human beings". OneJerusalem.com Israel News Blog Feed
  • He and Margo didn't set out to create a showplace.
  • What of Yurunga Homestead, the heritage showplace of the town?
  • Male bowerbirds famously woo females by fashioning elaborate bowers - not nests but U-shaped showplaces with parallel walls of twigs.
  • Last year the bunker on Reinhart Street, inaccessible until 1990, was opened as a showplace for street artists.
  • But perhaps Warsaw's most intriguing showplace is the Fabryka Trzciny, a rehabbed former marmalade factory in the now artily gentrifying Praga district. East of the Louvre
  • We start work in summer. The arena of National Great Showplace has a large space, we can work freely in it.
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