- n. alternative spelling of showstopper.
- n. an act so striking or impressive that the show must be delayed until the audience quiets down
- n. something that is strikingly attractive or has great popular appeal
“It is an extra expense, but it is not a show-stopper.”
“Australia found a way to stop them. 2007 was the real show-stopper for me.”
“Sunrise this morning was a show-stopper, or would have been had there been a show.”
“But the show-stopper was the awards night gala held last night at the UN.”
“His "I'm Going To Die" number almost outshines the show-stopper "Geography Song.”
“BUT the email-address giveaway is a show-stopper for me.”
“Then it's topped by an even better show-stopper when Terri White leads the whole gang in the sensational "Who's That Woman.”
“Here are 20 tips from pro photographer Tim Romano that will get you some show-stopper shots on the water.”
“This leaves security as the only genuine show-stopper, an area of corporate or regulatory concern, with perhaps adequate service levels a further concern.”
“Once you have the answer in front of you — you know, actual quantitative facts — then it will be obvious that waste handling is a trivial problem, not the show-stopper of your imagination.”
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