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synonyms for proscenium

  • facade
  • face
  • façade
  • front line
  • head
  • top
  • anterior
  • bow
  • breast
  • brow
  • exterior
  • facing
  • fore
  • foreground
  • forehead
  • forepart
  • frontage
  • frontal
  • frontispiece
  • lead
  • obverse
  • van
  • vanguard
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antonyms for proscenium

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  • bottom
  • character
  • foot
  • personality
  • rear
  • back
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How to use proscenium in a sentence

The Court is not a marbled proscenium on which to stage melodramas for Fox News.
CONSERVATIVE JUSTICES DISMISS GOP TRICKS AND SAVE OBAMACAREJAY MICHAELSONJUNE 17, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
The chief feat however is not yet performed, that which is to be acted in front of the Proscenium!
BEETHOVEN'S LETTERS 1790-1826 VOL. 2LADY WALLACE
The Proscenium Arch is the arch or frame extending around the front of the stage of a theatre.
THE BOY CRAFTSMANA. NEELY HALL
Anyway, I'm going to propose, him for the Stuyvesant and the Proscenium.
THE YOUNGER SETROBERT W. CHAMBERS
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WORDS RELATED TO PROSCENIUM

  • anterior
  • bow
  • breast
  • brow
  • exterior
  • facade
  • face
  • facing
  • façade
  • fore
  • foreground
  • forehead
  • forepart
  • front line
  • frontage
  • frontal
  • frontispiece
  • head
  • lead
  • obverse
  • proscenium
  • top
  • van
  • vanguard
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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