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stage set

noun as in scaffold

noun as in scaffolding

noun as in set

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noun as in set piece

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noun as in stage setting

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Example Sentences

“I have always believed the American West, like Hollywood, is a magical place and the biggest stage set on Earth,” Weldon says.

And when he did, he was not positioned in front of a stolid stage set.

The Cosmic Opera stage set splits in half to reveal Axwell behind a DJ booth comprised entirely of organ pipes.

ESPN had clearly been expecting a strongly lit stage set in the center of a flashy club.

In a 1926 sketchbook he drew a detailed stage set for the opening act.

The curtain rises on a stage set for a Harlequinade, a merry black and white interior.

She started to come unglued again but stopped the dissolving process just before the wet and gooey stage set in.

There was nothing wrong with the back drop in the home stage-set; it was only home itself that hurt one's feelings.

They entered and found the stage set for the performance; the tapers of wax were lit, it was a bright and beautiful scene.

A pale moon suffused the country, and in that stage set to lowered lights her pallor was accented.


On this page you'll find 111 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stage set, such as: scaffolding, arena, boards, dais, frame, and platform.

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