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revue

[ ri-vyoo ]

noun

  1. a form of theatrical entertainment in which recent events, popular fads, etc., are parodied.
  2. any entertainment featuring skits, dances, and songs.


revue

/ rɪˈvjuː /

noun

  1. a form of light entertainment consisting of a series of topical sketches, songs, dancing, comic turns, etc


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Other Words From

  • re·vuist noun
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Word History and Origins

Origin of revue1

First recorded in 1870–75; from French: literally, “seen again”; review
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Word History and Origins

Origin of revue1

C20: from French; see review
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Example Sentences

During the pandemic, Gardiner shifted to digital performance, offering, among other shows, a revue in February, “Simply Sondheim,” that proved a palpable hit and provided the company with a new, global profile.

Its acquisitions of Scroll and Revue, two services that relied on subscriber revenue, hint at more to come, as neither seems to be part of Twitter Blue at the moment.

From Digiday

Now that Twitter has bought startups Revue and Scroll, it could build a newsletter platform where Blue subscriber money is divvied up amongst writers for its platform.

Twitter acquired Scroll and Revue this year in an effort to improve users’ reading experience on the app, so this addition makes sense.

All of the Pro features for Revue will be freely available to all Revue users as well.

From Digiday

For New Faces of ‘52, a landmark revue, I did a satire on Death of a Salesman and Elia Kazan’s superheavy direction.

For his 80th birthday came another revue, Sondheim on Sondheim, headlined by Barbara Cook and Vanessa Williams.

But ABC is charting new territory with its GQ brigade, the first ripply abbed, all-male journalism revue.

Competition is fierce for the revue, so her talent must have shone.

He was defendant in the breach of promise suit brought by a notorious London actress, then playing in a popular revue.

He assumed financial control of the "Revue de l'Est," founded by the lawyer.

For the autobiographical portions of this organ, I am indebted to the notices which have appeared in the Revue Mensuelle.

He founded La Revue d'Anthropologie in 1872, and it was in its pages that the larger portion of his writings appeared.

When Buloz bought the Revue des deux Mondes, she became one of the contributors to that journal.

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