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Synonyms for preview



Synonyms for preview

an advertisement consisting of short scenes from a motion picture that will appear in the near future

a screening for a select audience in advance of release for the general public

watch (a movie or play) before it is released to the general public

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Many previewers have suggested that this following friends through the decades drama could be Our Friends In The South - the unofficial successor to the epic Our Friends In The North.
A Channel Five spokeswoman said, 'A lot of previewers have said it's like Desperate Housewives hijacked by Tarantino, and Anna herself has said it's like Desperate Housewives on drugs.
Oregon residents will find an unusually slim Voters' Pamphlet when it arrives later this month, and previewers say the ballot measures inside will be less likely to make voters' blood boil.
The addition of three new previewers kept the roster afloat, with receipts for the 34 productions climbing 1.
HYPED to hell and back by salivating previewers, Red Riding (Channel 4, Thursday) had a lot to live up to.
Of the previewers, the John Kander-Fred Ebb musical "Steel Pier" has gotten off to the sturdiest start, with recent attendance going as high as 90% and dropping to a still-healthy 82% during the generally slow week ending April 13.
Cultural director of Capital of Culture, Mr Redmond was chosen by TV and radio correspondents, critics and previewers.
We previewers are sent DVDs of the show with the endings cut off with no thought to what this does to our blood pressure.