To display, to have somebody see (something). (verb)
To indicate (a fact) to be true; to demonstrate. (verb)
To guide or escort. (verb)
To be visible, to be seen. (verb)
To put in an appearance; show up. (verb)
To have an enlarged belly and thus be recognizable as pregnant. (verb)
To finish third, especially of horses or dogs. (verb)
A play, dance, or other entertainment. (noun)
An exhibition of items. (noun)
A demonstration. (noun)
A broadcast program/programme. (noun)
A movie. (noun)
Mere display with no substance (noun)
A project or presentation. (noun)
The major leagues. (noun)
Examples of word show
That, and the truth that in 10 years the naysayers will be forgotten, and made irrelevant...but the show, the *show*...goes on.
Red Line Chemistry will show off its softer side when it headlines a Â“special acoustic showÂ”
Priory, to take care of all the old trumpery, and show the place -- you know it's a _show place_.
Reminds me of how every new TV show is 'the new hit show_____!' even before the pilot airs also reminds me of a certain poster here who admitted they declared Obama a failure before his first day in office, because, they just 'knew' he would be. call it 'The Power of Negative Thinking' question is, why would anyone want their country's leader to fail?
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