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The dialogue was packed with references to celebrities and inside jokes about show business.

I have a son and a daughter and neither one were raised as show business children.

From Ozy

Storm found her niche in show business after fleeing rural poverty in her native Georgia.

With “Just as I Am,” after a 60-plus-year career in show business, Tyson finally gives us the honor of knowing, in the words of the Clara Ward gospel hymn, how she got over.

From selling guidebooks at Disneyland as a 10-year-old to appearing on Saturday Night Live decades later, Martin tells fascinating stories about show business and the isolation that comes with performing.

From Time

Again, these are two of the funniest people in show business.

But how could you a call a signature talent that shone for more than four decades in show business tiresome?

Not, of course, in the show business sense of the word; as a filmmaker, Soderbergh arrived long ago.

Her ballerinas are not aiming to enter show business, but rather to offer their community the transformative gift of dance.

His decision reflected a quality—largely extinct in show business now—called integrity.

The public wants to see midgets and fully fifty percent of these are now engaged in some form of show business.

In the show-business a bull is a bull, whether it's a lady-bull or a gentleman-bull.

"I guess this will be the end of the show business," she added to Mrs. Watson who had stopped in for a few minutes' talk.

They were in the show business, too, and they traveled under several different names.

It's always the best time for the show business—'tisn't like a circus—that does best in the summer time.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to show business, such as: entertainment industry, movie industry, show biz, broadway, footlights, and hollywood.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.