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See definition of Hollywood on Dictionary.com
  • as insuppositious
  • as insupposititious
  • as incounterfeit
  • as inshow business
  • as insilver screen

synonyms for Hollywood

  • spurious
  • phony
  • fraudulent
  • fictitious
  • bogus
  • forged
  • brummagem
  • plant
  • affected
  • bent
  • put-on
  • assumed
  • queer
  • pseudo
  • pretended
  • framed
  • wrong
  • feigned
  • crock
  • imitation
  • misleading
  • ersatz
  • pirate
  • mock
  • sham
  • deceptive
  • delusive
  • delusory
  • fishy
  • pretentious
  • snide
  • suppositious
  • two-faced
  • false
  • copied
  • faked
  • not genuine
  • not kosher
  • soft shell
  • won't fly
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How to use Hollywood in a sentence

I realise that I am getting nowhere, meeting nobody and still playing in Hollywood.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN
See how it's inlaid with hollywood and cherry and how fine the lines of it are!
PATCHWORKANNA BALMER MYERS
Genial, peppery, he not only talked like a Hollywood Englishman, he was a casting director's dream.
THE FIVE ARROWSALLAN CHASE
I drew him toward Hollywood Boulevard and into a restaurant I calculated might not be too expensive for his generosity.
GREENER THAN YOU THINKWARD MOORE
Standing some hundred yards back from the road was the famous Hollywood Inn, run by the genial Moriarty.
HEARTS AND MASKSHAROLD MACGRATH
She had never quite gotten over the thrill of coming to Hollywood and the manner in which it had been accomplished.
JANET HARDY IN RADIO CITYRUTHE S. WHEELER
Of course they had known that their stay in Hollywood was near an end, but to put the date so soon was something of a shock.
JANET HARDY IN RADIO CITYRUTHE S. WHEELER
She would be expected to explain satisfactorily why she had left the real West for the mimic West of Hollywood.
THE QUIRTB.M. BOWER
He used to smash cars for a living before the war, like the dare-devils in your Hollywood.
DAVE DAWSON ON THE RUSSIAN FRONTR. SIDNEY BOWEN
You've gone Hollywood, you're a genius, you're tremendous—forgetting other people who helped.
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