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EtymologyEdit

show +‎ -like

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showlike (comparative more showlike, superlative most showlike)

  1. Resembling or characteristic of a show.
    • 2002, Mark Douglas Lowes, Indy dreams and urban nightmares
      More to the point, merchandise has been transformed into a permanent spectacle, into a showlike theatre of commodities.
    • 2006, Felix Stalder, Manuel Castells: the theory of the network society
      The showlike aspects are reinforced by TV shows about the practice of selling politics and media manipulation.