display[ dih-spley ]SEE DEFINITION OF display
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPLAY
And what avails skill in music, if there is no chance to display it?
We must acquire proficiency in defense and display stamina in purpose.
For the first time, Mary was moved to the display of a slight confusion.
Could she have reckoned upon weaning me from him by a display of his awkwardness?
Now was the time to display their known courage and patience.
But, on his own part, he now saw no reason for a display of alacrity.
He also thought it good policy to display all the assurance he could muster.
The martyr's crown awaits them, for they display the martyr's spirit.
I had entered the New World in the midst of a display of ice-fireworks.
What a display of viscera, muscles and blood suggestive of a butcher's shop!