View definitions for exhibiting
adjective as in representing
There are two of the early influences, inductees Nat King Cole and Billie Holiday, who I wanted to celebrate in this exhibit because folks do not associate them with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
UrbanSparkle, an exhibit organized by UrbanGlass, an arts nonprofit group in Brooklyn, highlights five female artists who have transformed the glass into wearable statement pieces.
You wind up in an exhibit about tiny model cars because it was adjacent to one about a Prussian scientist.
SeaWorld San Diego is going to reclose their indoor animal exhibits.
The price includes three passes, online exhibit space and lead generation capability.
According to the airport authority, two passengers from Bangladesh—a mother and daughter—started exhibiting Ebola symptoms.
Now a third nurse who also worked with the same Ebola patients who infected Romero is exhibiting the same low-grade fever.
The patients will be not quite dead, but not exactly alive, either, exhibiting no brain activity or pulse.
True to her unusual approach towards exhibiting, Clark invites the reader see exhibitions in a new light.
International museums are interested in exhibiting her work; Lady Gaga, Daphne Guinness, and Bjork have worn her pieces.
Practical men were therefore generally of the opinion that they could best demonstrate their rights by exhibiting their power.
He lived at Stuttgart in 1814, exhibiting white bears very well trained by him.
There are also five or six specimens exhibiting Jewish symbols, the ark of the covenant and the rolls of the law.
This Barthelmy derived a large revenue from his relic by exhibiting it for money to the veneration of the Crusaders.
Then irregular households, courtesans exhibiting the price of shame, diamonds like circlets of fire riveted around arms and neck.
On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exhibiting, such as: displaying, and playing.
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