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noun as in spectacle

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The unveiling of a new Five-Year Plan, the country’s fourteenth, mean that the 10-day policy extravaganza will be brimming with long-term initiatives.

From Time

A custom-built virtual location was created just for this conference and more than a million viewed the tuned-in to watch the extravaganza.

Collaborating on 14 features, their work together marked a sharp contrast to the melodramas and musical extravaganzas typically made in Bollywood, as Mumbai’s Hindi-language film industry is known.

Once again, Amazon is setting the agenda in retail with its two-day Prime Day sales event starting on Tuesday, an annual shopping extravaganza that comes three months later this year than it has in the past.

From Fortune

The food-grade silicone and durable fiberglass mats keep your snickerdoodles, macaroons, and cowboy cookies from sticking, and can be washed with soap and water or thrown in your dishwasher for future culinary extravaganzas.

Portuguese police have also warned that if the dig becomes a media extravaganza they will cease operations.

He kicked off his stateside appearances with the Arabian Nights Extravaganza XXVII at the Paris Grand Ballroom in Las Vegas.

The Superman blockbuster Man of Steel is a monotonous CGI extravaganza devoid of any humanity.

This pony-dancing extravaganza from the South Korean megastar is the most-watched video in YouTube history.

The three-day extravaganza, which kicked off Thursday morning, has no power to pass laws or set agendas.

For the rest, he could find little either to amuse or that could even be acknowledged as new or original in the extravaganza.

There is something in Don Fernando's passion extremely tender, though romantic and extravaganza.

Talking of songs, I shall just give you the interesting ditty with which this excellent extravaganza concludes.

When they walked to her house together she spoke most appreciatively of the extravaganza.

It was the bizarre curtain scene of what I had called an extravaganza.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to extravaganza, such as: pageant, spectacular, caricature, display, parody, and show.

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