Definition of show bill in English:

show bill

Syllabification: show bill


1An advertising poster, especially for a theater performance.
More example sentences
  • Consult your show bill for entry fees, grounds fees, number fees, and other costs you might incur.
  • A Sixties Night Out features The Fortunes and The Ivy League, two vocal harmony bands who are still topping show bills, playing their hits and more.
  • The Duke has some show bills with the plays and prices on them; they go about putting them up around town.
1.1A listing of events at a horse show: Horse & Pony Association show bill

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