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Noun
A visually striking show or performance
“The play itself is a multi-media spectacle that uses puppetry, sound effects, performing masks, and a live band featuring some of the county's top musicians.”
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A visually striking or awe-inspiring display, thing or person
“At times, I just stood there mesmerized, in awe of the power and beauty of this natural wonder and spectacle.”
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A collection of objects arranged for public viewing
“The event is a visual spectacle, displaying the works of local designers and brands.”
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An event or scene regarded in terms of its visual impact
“Now, I had to admit that we watched this spectacle from a safe vantage point behind the baked beans aisle.”
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A person, thing or event that is mocked by others
“I will not be drinking this evening, lest I make a spectacle of myself.”
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(spectacles) An optical instrument consisting of two lenses set in a light frame
“My spectacles fogged up because of the cold, so I took them off.”
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An overt and pretentious display intended to attract attention
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Grandeur, brilliance, lavishness or splendor
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A person or sight of unusual beauty
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A period of turmoil in real life
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(presented in song, dance, or action) An execution of a single act or series of acts, for the purpose of entertainment
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A person or thing having a ridiculous, repulsive, or disheveled appearance
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A transparent scale covering the eye of a snake, shed as part of the old skin during moulting
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A building or monument of historical importance
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Something or someone strange or unusual that is an object of interest
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Exhibition of biological rarities
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Something seen or observed that is inscrutable
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The painted background used to represent natural features or other surroundings on a theatre stage or film set
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A formal procession of people walking, on horseback, or riding in vehicles
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A widespread reaction of outrage or outrage
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An extremely famous or notorious person, especially in a particular field
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