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television show

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a program broadcast by television

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She wore a pair of old blue jeans, a dark T-shirt with the logo of a long-canceled television show across the front, and a pale green bandana.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • In my early forties, I started doing Barrys Boot Camp, which was featured on the television show The Biggest Loser.

    Rinnavation

  • A couple of years ago, Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition cover model Petra Nemcova and I did a television show for the Discovery Health Channel called Secrets of Superstar Fitness.

    Lange 2010

  • LulzSec's home page, which appears to have been created on June 1, plays the theme from the 1970s television show "The Love Boat."

    For Some Hackers, Goal Is Pranks

  • Then they get the ultimate up-close experience of being in the audience on a working set while an actual television show is being filmedthe American Gladiators!

    Gladiator

  • I got the nickname C.B. several years ago when I was working on a television show in Maui, which is gorgeous—just an absolute paradise!

    CSS: Shaping the New You

  • In 1980, on the television show 60 Minutes, Roger Mudd asked Senator Ted Kennedy why he wanted to be president.

    Life Is a Series of Presentations

  • She was going by the name "Joan Anderson" at the time, and sang it on the CBC television show "Let's Sing Out" on October 4,

    The WELL: Me And My Uncle

  • Kevin Dilmore counts himself as very thankful for the person who tipped him off at age nine, to the fact that Star Trek was a live-action television show before it was a Saturday morning cartoon.

    Miracle Workers

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