Antonyms for exhibits

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It is his magnum opus in literature, and exhibits wide and laborious research.

Do not hesitate to send your exhibits because you feel that they are not perfect.

It is described in the Journal's list of exhibits as a "sandstone" ball.

German history, exhibits the (indirect) influence of the Comtist school.

The table of comparative values given, exhibits this quite plainly.

The accompanying cut shows one of their exhibits in position.

And not only in its terminology but actually in its uses it exhibits variety.

I've had a lesson or two from a lady who exhibits, but you wouldn't suppose it to see what I do.

As one or the other triumphs, he exhibits the passions of a demon or the attributes of a God.

Paris at present exhibits all the appearances of a city in a state of siege.