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Synonyms for display

Synonyms for display

to make a public and usually ostentatious show of

to be endowed with as a visible characteristic or form

to give expression to, as by gestures, facial aspects, or bodily posture

an act of showing or displaying

an impressive or ostentatious exhibition

Synonyms for display

something intended to communicate a particular impression

something shown to the public

a visual representation of something

behavior that makes your feelings public

attract attention by displaying some body part or posing

References in classic literature ?
Calmly drawing forth from his pocket a small box covered with black shagreen, the abbe opened it, and displayed to the dazzled eyes of Caderousse the sparkling jewel it contained, set in a ring of admirable workmanship.
He met them in the clubs, and wondered how real was the good-fellowship they displayed and how quickly they would unsheathe their claws and gouge and rend.
How unfortunate that Anne should have displayed such temper before Mrs.
Kate poured forth many thanks for her uncle's consideration, which Ralph received as if he had deserved them all, and they arrived without any further conversation at the dressmaker's door, which displayed a very large plate, with Madame Mantalini's name and occupation, and was approached by a handsome flight of steps.
The rule applies very strongly in the case of secondary sexual characters, when displayed in any unusual manner.
Immediately 'the inner man' of each individual would be displayed before him, like a game of cards, in which he unerringly might read what the future of every person presented was to be.
At a corner of Sixth Avenue electric lights and cunningly displayed wares behind plate-glass made a shop window conspicuous.
It is clear that knowledge is displayed by accuracy of response to certain kinds of stimuli, e.
Saxon's amazement increased, as, article by article, the old woman displayed the airiest, the daintiest, the most delicious and most complete of bridal outfits.
Accordingly, she had looked after him, and had observed many little circumstances (all of which she named) so exceedingly minute that nobody else could make anything out of them even now; and had, it seemed from first to last, displayed the most unbounded tact and most consummate generalship.
They got up an address to him, which they presented in a neat frame and glass (though it was not afterwards displayed in the family mansion or preserved among the family papers); and to which he returned a gracious answer.
Pickwick had no leisure to observe either this or any other particular, the whole of his faculties being concentrated in the management of the animal attached to the chaise, who displayed various peculiarities, highly interesting to a bystander, but by no means equally amusing to any one seated behind him.