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- n. An ornament to be placed in the centre, as of a table, ceiling, etc.
- n. A central article or figure.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. same as centerpiece.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. something placed at the center of something else (as on a table)
- n. the central or most important feature
I hear the centrepiece is a Texan writer who will descend and will be recognised instantly as the messiah in baby form, with a little cherub’s wings and pink lipstick.
The centrepiece is a rally on Saturday against the building of a large, domed mosque, with two 55m (177ft) minarets, in the city’s heavily immigrant Ehrenfeld district.
The centrepiece was the world premiere of Stunt Doubles, a three-movement work by Gordon McPherson b 1965.
The centrepiece is a scale model referencing the English physicist Michael Faraday, baroque music and local butterflies; it consists of a mechanical flower cutter, triggered by a recording of Bach to cut a maze in a bed of genetically modified pansies.
I have to admit, that the baby pear plonked on top in a garish imitation of a centrepiece was my kitschy idea and it made me burst into hysterical laughter.
The centrepiece is a domed structure with 300 feet high columns crowned with carved elephants, watching over the statues of all three Dalit icons.
There are 16 new gallery spaces in the restored Victorian building, but the centrepiece is the Grand Gallery, a four-storey, 18-metre high display of over 800 objects.
My centrepiece is a slow-roasted goose, its richness cut with brandy and tomatoes.
The centrepiece is a captivating installation called Ttéia "Web", nine semi-transparent rectangular prisms.
The centrepiece will be a collection of models made by the great British modernist sculptor Barbara Hepworth, who was born in Wakefield in 1903.