grandstand definition by Webster's New World
the main seating structure for spectators at a sporting event, etc.
to try to gain the applause or admiration of an audience by or as by making an unnecessarily showy play (), as in baseball
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- grandstander noun
grandstand definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- A roofed stand for spectators at a stadium or racetrack.
- The spectators or audience at an event.
To perform ostentatiously so as to impress an audience.
- grandˈstandˌer noun