demonstration

[ dem-uh n-strey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF demonstration

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMONSTRATION

I never saw so many people in my life before, nor such a demonstration.

Their triumphal entry into Adelaide was a demonstration worthy of a prince.

It was the fruit of experience, of knowledge, of demonstration.

Demonstration must be personal before we can make anything our own.

To a degree that convinces myself I have made the demonstration.

“He told me it was going to be a demonstration against a building,” said the Professor.

The demonstration convinced them, and many were the expressions of amazement from their lips.

His manner of demonstration was so orderly and neat and simple, that it was not easy to mistake him.

The demonstration went off with a flourish and the committee were greatly impressed.

I then recalled my promise to inform Hellar and Zimmern of the outcome of my demonstration.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DEMONSTRATION

infomercial

nounfull-length television program existing solely to market a product
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