Hollies vs Follies - What's the difference?

hollies | follies |


As nouns the difference between hollies and follies

is that hollies is while follies is .

hollies

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Noun

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  • follies

    English

    Noun

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  • (uncountable) A lavishly-produced theatrical revue characterized by major stars, huge casts, and opulent costumes and scenery.
  • The most famous Broadway theatrical revues of all time were the Ziegfeld Follies.

    Usage notes

    * The theatrical sense is probably influenced by the French usage, as with the in Paris. * The word is not really used any more, but the big Las Vegas shows meet the definition for follies.