1.1A place open to public view and criticism: there was no privacy in his office; it was a fishbowl
More example sentences
- Are you willing to lead by example in everything you do - to live in a fishbowl with your personal and professional life open to view?
- There is a distinct similarity between the two men, both of whom spent a brief period atop golf's World Ranking, neither of whom has grown accustomed to life in golf's fishbowl.
- One of the original ideas behind the Wrestling site was to include a blog, thus allowing the public a look into our glorious fishbowl.
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