- n. A building or estate shown for its beauty or noteworthiness.
- n. A location kept for display only.
- n. a place that is frequently exhibited and visited for its historical interest or natural beauty
“The Oscars were once known as a showplace for new commercials, much as the Super Bowl.”
“With a glowing, glass facade, humongous sliding doors that can open both ends and 80,000 seats -- 100,000, if necessary -- the Cowboys sure are aiming for the kind of showplace you'd expect from a club that bills itself as "America's Team.”
“Being astute designers of dubious taste, we determined a while back to make our living room the "showplace" room.”
“Williams was identified as an antiques dealer, a restorer of historic houses, and a giver of elegant parties at his "showplace" home, which Jacqueline Onassis had visited and offered to buy for $2 million.”
“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".”
“In recent years, many of the homes with choice views of the Potomac River have been torn down and replaced by showplace mansions with three-car garages that at the peak of the housing boom sold for more than $1 million.”
“Photos: Rating College Hockey's Barns Wisconsin Athletic Communication For a number of reasons, this niche sport, which is concentrated in the Northeast and Midwest, has become a showplace for unusual stadium architecture — and on many campuses, the best fan experience going.”
“Everyone who visited claimed it would be a showplace.”
“From the outset, it is as much a showplace for the abundance of opulent life as it is a fully incorporated urban experience.”
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