an estate, mansion, or the like, usually open to the public, renowned for its beauty, excellent design and workmanship, historical interest, etc.
any house, building, office, etc., that is beautifully furnished and is considered of flawless taste:
His home was a showplace.
a place exhibited or visited for its beauty, historic interest, etc
noun 1. the part of each side of the body in humans, at the top of the trunk, extending from each side of the base of the neck to the region where the arm articulates with the trunk. 2. Usually, shoulders. these two parts together with the part of the back joining them. 3. a […]
- Show signs of
Exhibit indications or hints of, as in She definitely shows signs of accepting the appointment, or Terry’s health shows no signs of improvement. [ Late 1400s ]
- Show someone a good time
Entertain someone, as in I know Aunt Dorothy will show us a good time when we visit San Francisco. This idiom uses the verb show in the sense of “accord or grant something,” a usage dating from about 1200.
- Show someone out
Also, show someone to the door. Escort someone who is leaving to the exit door, as in Thanks for coming; please excuse me for not showing you out, or Please show Mr. Smith to the door. [ Second half of 1700s ]