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showplace

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Pronunciation: /ˈʃəʊpleɪs
 
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Definition of showplace in English:

noun

A place of beauty or interest attracting many visitors.
Example sentences
  • She testified that she wrote what would be of interest to her readers, the opening of a showplace for items of interest to decorators and homemakers.
  • Frank called from the ranch last week to say that they've put the showplace on the market, opting to move full-time to their nearby bay house.
  • Last year the bunker on Reinhart Street, inaccessible until 1990, was opened as a showplace for street artists.

Words that rhyme with showplace

anyplaceeveryplace

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