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theme park

noun
1.
an amusement park in which landscaping, buildings, and attractions are based on one or more specific themes, as jungle wildlife, fairy tales, or the Old West.
Origin
1955-1960
1955-60, Americanism
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Examples from the web for theme park
  • Entertainment facilities, specifically theme park and destination resorts.
  • We would be creating an animal as a theme park attraction.
  • After dark, government buildings change hues as the night progresses, creating a theme park atmosphere.
  • But every new subdivision and theme park would have to include a purple pipe system.
  • Quake, in that stifling summer, resembled a spooky medieval theme park still under construction.
  • He invented the theme park and originated the modern multimedia corporation.
  • It has already been used in a theme park and for some auto design work.
  • If you're heading to the theme park capital of the world, there's plenty new to see and do.
  • It wasn't the first time she'd been denied theme park thrills.
British Dictionary definitions for theme park

theme park

noun
1.
an area planned as a leisure attraction, in which all the displays, buildings, activities, etc, are based on or relate to one particular subject
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