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showground

Line breaks: show|ground
Pronunciation: /ˈʃəʊɡrəʊnd
 
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Definition of showground in English:

noun

An area of land on which a show takes place: [in titles]: the National Agricultural Showground
More example sentences
  • Borrowby Agricultural and Horticultural Society wanted to use the agricultural land as a showground and also for sport and recreation, including scout activities and caravan rallies.
  • Bio-security measures were in place at the weekend in the area of the Marley showground housing the cloven-hoofed animals.
  • But, after two successful years, the 1958 County Show was such a minor disaster on a quagmire site that the society made the best move in its history to its present showground at Withybush.

Words that rhyme with showground

merry-go-round

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