Examples of showplace in a Sentence
They have transformed their home into a showplace.
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The graveyard is now a showplace and a destination for family members who are researching their ancestors.
Owners who barely scraped by but had civic loyalty kept the Tribe here until a showplace was finally built, rebuffing all the thief cities that lusted for baseball.
Much like Vivian Howard, and her Chef and the Farmer showplace in Kinston, Kyle Wilkerson took a chance and opened Heirloom, A Poppa Paul Kitchen (a nod to his great-grandfather) in an old department store in downtown Roxboro.
Greeted by Sea Maids Pretty Sea Maids welcomed the hordes of visitors today and helped them find the park's exhibits and showplaces.
Once a Roaring '20s showplace, now a $2.5 million teardown: Forgotten places don't age well.
Hialeah opened in 1925 and its heyday was a showplace for celebrities, pink flamingos and many of the sport's greatest horses.
The Van Jens moved to their mountaintop property on Bittersweet Hill 26 years ago and have gradually turned it into a Japanese-inspired showplace for their ponds and waterfalls.
Georgia Street, with its wide walkways and plantings and overhead lighting, is a Downtown showplace, the frequent scene of city-wide galas like on New Year's Eve.
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: a beautiful or important place that people enjoy seeing
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