upstage


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Synonyms for upstage

outshine

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Synonyms for upstage

the rear part of the stage

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treat snobbishly, put in one's place

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move upstage, forcing the other actors to turn away from the audience

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steal the show, draw attention to oneself away from someone else

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of the back half of a stage

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remote in manner

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at or toward the rear of the stage

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Within its first few weeks of availability, UpStage became Sprint's best-selling music phone and our leading Power Vision device.
The screen on the phone side of the UpStage by Samsung is dedicated to making calls, text messaging and contacts management.
Nadine is bidding to upstage Cheryl with the summer album release.
By the end of part one, the dancers have almost melted into the upstage darkness, as Heidi Vierthaler contorts her body on the floor.
Little did we know then that the eye-catching offering would become the starting point for a career that has seen Liz upstage movie stars, friends and even her own boyfriend in the bid for greater glory.
Jack doesn't want anyone to upstage him on the new series, so he hires Isabel to play Samantha solely on the basis of her nose-twitching talents.
If this was a deliberate ploy by Rod to upstage his estranged wife, ensuring that he and Penny became the focus of media attention, it certainly succeeded in leaving Miss Hunter stamping her feet in rage.
His set was ingenious: An upstage curtain glided laterally, exposing a background that changed color and shape as dancers entered and exited in silhouette.
Lesser-known actors don't figure to be able to upstage the Gael Garcia Bernals of this world on a regular basis.
There were no props or sets, and within the first five minutes Eyal had offered all of her emphatic movement vocabulary in a series of complicated cascades from the full ensemble (which included herself) huddled upstage.
In the end another fence, this time in two vertical lines, created an aisle for Soto and Weese to complete their cataclysmic duet: He dragged her upstage while dancers melted to the floor one at a time.
Looking for a chance to win it by a nose one race fan decided to wear a nag's head in an attempt to upstage McCririck.
And his unconventional placement of instruments - first and second violins on opposite sides of the stage, basses and cellos upstage at left, harps next to the timpani - also added to the singular sonic picture, at once bold, clear and unified.
With six men poised upstage, the two couples struck a signature image as each woman arched backward, swooning over her partner's lowered arm and knee.