exhibit

[ ig-zib-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF exhibit

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And if we look to the condition of individuals what a proud spectacle does it exhibit!

You will insensibly, too, learn from other parts of his character which he does not exhibit to us.

There, in his fatherland, he will exhibit his own type of Christianity.

The fact is admitted, and marked Exhibit A, and placed in evidence.

I do not see that anything can be done until Longworth chooses to exhibit himself.

It is not enough to tell others what they are to do, but to exhibit the actual example of doing.

Probably his present owner will not exhibit him at future cat shows.

He allows Iago to exhibit himself in his own way, as nature does.

But he's not what you can call a success; and I fancy the Marlows won't want to exhibit him.

I didn't want to exhibit it, as it lowers one to do so, and Naudet also opposed it.

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