Definition of Showcases

1. Noun. (plural of showcase) ¹



2. Verb. Third person singular simple present of ''to showcase.'' ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Showcases

1. showcase [v] - See also: showcase

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Showcases

showbizzes
showbizzy
showboat
showboated
showboater
showboaters
showboating
showboats
showbox
showboxes
showbread
showbreads
showbusiness
showcase
showcased
showcases (current term)
showcasing
showdomycin
showdown
showdowns
showed
showed off
showed up
shower bath
shower cap
shower caps
shower curtain
shower curtains
shower down

Literary usage of Showcases

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1. The Law of Modern Municipal Charters and the Organization of Cities on by William Kent Clute (1920)
"... signs, fruit stands, showcases, and encroachments of every character upon said streets or sidewalks; and to vacate and close private ways. ยง 10. ..."

2. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1901)
"four showcases in addition to those in the entrance hall. ... The showcases have been specially made, of dark, oiled wood, to fit the spaces where they ..."

3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1914)
"There are lots of ideas in showcases. He goes back home and arranges his showcases to go one better. And so he and his neighbor go on, one against the other ..."

4. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York public library (1921)
"The books which tell of the "Principles and Purposes of the Pilgrims" and describe their "Manners and Customs" fill two showcases. Here and in other parts ..."

5. Digest of Decisions Under the Interstate Commerce Act, from 1908 by Herbert Confield Lust, Ralph Merriam (1913)
"The evidence disclosed that the showcases were enclosed completely on top and at both ends, but that open spaces 2 or 3 inches In width extended the whole ..."

6. Digest of Decisions Under the Interstate Commerce Act, from 1908 by Herbert Confield Lust, Ralph Merriam (1913)
"(h) In July, 1908, complainant shipped from Detroit, Mich., to Seattle, Wash., over defendant's line, two carloads of showcases on which charges were ..."

7. The American Amateur Photographer (1906)
"The showcases alone are elaborate affairs. As an example of this, I may instance those of the Lange studio in Plateros street. They cost $2000 and are said ..."

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