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See definition of exhibits on Dictionary.com
  • nounviewing; presentation
  • verbput on view; present

synonyms for exhibits

  • display
  • fair
  • model
  • performance
  • show
  • exhibition
  • exposition
  • illustration
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antonyms for exhibits

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  • hiding
  • concealment
  • cover
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How to use exhibits in a sentence

These, too, are found in all ranks; I think the Military service exhibits some of the worst specimens.
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The lower part in like manner exhibits the south ridge, called Coralillo.
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No correspondence exhibits more careful attention, finer shades of meaning or more amiable pleasantries.
GOSPEL PHILOSOPHYJ. H. WARD
Her bodily energy exhibits no diminution for many years, she being still able to walk briskly about the room.
NOTES AND QUERIES, NUMBER 196, JULY 30, 1853VARIOUS
We now come to the part of the poem which exhibits great metrical skill.
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One example, in St. Johns Lateran, exhibits the gate of paradise and the tree of life.
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The sarcophagus of Junius Bassus exhibits a bas relief of Job comforted by his friends.
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A curious episcopal ring worn by St. Arnulf, bishop of Metz, in the sixth century, exhibits the well-known ichthyic symbol.
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Shrewsbury, then, exhibits a character eminently its own, from whatever point we view its history.
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It is unnecessary therefore to suppose (as Dr. Wessely and M. Ruelle do) that the scale exhibits a mixture of different genera.
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