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Definition of "showplace" [showplace]

  • A building or estate shown for its beauty or noteworthiness. (noun)
  • A location kept for display only. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "showplace" in a sentence
  • "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."