Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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bench show a competitive show of dogs or cats in which prizes are awarded on the basis of greatest conformity to ideal standards for a given breed.
dumb show a part of a play performed without speech; pantomime. [2 definitions]
floor show a program of entertainment in a nightclub.
freak show (old-fashioned) a sideshow of humans, animals, or plants that exhibit physical abnormalities, as at a carnival.
galanty show a shadow play performed by throwing the shadows of puppets on a screen or wall.
game show a television show in which participants play various games of chance, skill, or memory in order to win prizes.
get the show on the road (slang) to begin; get started.
medicine show a usu. small group of traveling salespeople who put on entertaining shows to attract customers for the patent medicines and other cures offered for sale.
minstrel show a comic variety show performed by a troupe of actors in blackface.
no-show (informal) one who does not arrive or appear when expected. [2 definitions]
peep show an exhibition of pictures or objects, as in a box, to be viewed through a small opening, sometimes with a magnifying lens. [2 definitions]
Punch-and-Judy show a puppet show consisting of slapstick humor in which the grotesque and quarrelsome Punch constantly fights with his wife Judy.
puppet show a play or performance in which puppets are the main or sole characters.
show bill an advertising flyer or poster.
show business the entertainment industry or business, including theater, television, radio, and films.
show of hands a raising of hands by members of a group, as when voting, indicating preference, or the like.
show off to do something to impress others or to attract attention.
show someone the door to strongly suggest or demand that someone leave.
show the white feather to act in a cowardly fashion.
show up to arrive at a place.