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playbill

noun play·bill \ˈplā-ˌbil\

: a poster or piece of paper that advertises a play

Full Definition of PLAYBILL

:  a bill advertising a play and usually announcing the cast

First Known Use of PLAYBILL

1616

Playbill

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Definition of PLAYBILL

—used for a theater program

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