exhibition[ ek-suh-bish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF exhibition
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXHIBITION
How this picture got into the exhibition must now be explained.
Alfred Vail undertook to provide an instrument for exhibition in Europe.
"Huntley does not take the exhibition," interrupted Constance.
I have ten pictures and eight pieces of sculpture on exhibition.
Anyhow, it is of no use worrying about the matter, as the exhibition is now over.
Before going to the Princess's we can look in at that exhibition.
It is, in short, the exhibition of self-help in one of its best forms.
She came to the Exhibition in a white dress, with sweet-peas at her waist.
In order to make the exhibition interesting, he was kept in a rage most of the time.
It is fine for exhibition at flower shows, and is useful as a cut flower.