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Synonyms for show

display

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be visible

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  • be visible
  • be seen
  • be obvious
  • be in view
  • be revealed

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  • be invisible

turn up

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broadcast

show off

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show someone up

show something up

Synonyms for show

to come into view

to make a public and usually ostentatious show of

to make known or identify, as by signs

to give a precise indication of, as on a register or scale

to be performed

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show up: to come to a particular place

an act of showing or displaying

an impressive or ostentatious exhibition

a large public display, as of goods or works of art

Synonyms for show

something intended to communicate a particular impression

pretending that something is the case in order to make a good impression

give an exhibition of to an interested audience

establish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment

indicate a place, direction, person, or thing

be or become visible or noticeable

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indicate a certain reading

give evidence of, as of records

take (someone) to their seats, as in theaters or auditoriums

finish third or better in a horse or dog race

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References in classic literature ?
Don Quixote was not very well satisfied with the divinations of the ape, as he did not think it proper that an ape should divine anything, either past or future; so while Master Pedro was arranging the show, he retired with Sancho into a corner of the stable, where, without being overheard by anyone, he said to him, "Look here, Sancho, I have been seriously thinking over this ape's extraordinary gift, and have come to the conclusion that beyond doubt this Master Pedro, his master, has a pact, tacit or express, with the devil."
At this point Master Pedro came up in quest of Don Quixote, to tell him the show was now ready and to come and see it, for it was worth seeing.
But enough of that for the present; let us go and see Master Pedro's show, for I am sure there must be something novel in it."
"Something!" said Master Pedro; "this show of mine has sixty thousand novel things in it; let me tell you, Senor Don Quixote, it is one of the best-worth-seeing things in the world this day; but operibus credite et non verbis, and now let's get to work, for it is growing late, and we have a great deal to do and to say and show."
Don Quixote and Sancho obeyed him and went to where the show was already put up and uncovered, set all around with lighted wax tapers which made it look splendid and bright.
Then by means of the Myth of Pandora the poet shows how evil and the need for work first arose, and goes on to describe the Five Ages of the World, tracing the gradual increase in evil, and emphasizing the present miserable condition of the world, a condition in which struggle is inevitable.
It certainly gave some account of the principal constellations, their dates of rising and setting, and the legends connected with them, and probably showed how these influenced human affairs or might be used as guides.
Nothing shows more clearly the collapse of the principles of the Hesiodic school than this ultimate servile dependence upon Homeric models.
July 6 | Lampeter Show Pontfaen Fields, Lampeter, Ceredigion.
The judge taps out the champion Hardy Welsh female, a homebred shearling ewe owned by John Owen, Talycafn, and shown by Pered Morris, at the 2011 Llanrwst Rural Show Picture: ANDREW FORGRAVE
show up : appear 2 <He didn't show up for work today.>
Donn Arden's Jubilee at Bally's Casino, celebrating its 25th year, is a typical Las Vegas show. Though restaged, it is the original production and is all about old glamour: feathers, lashes, and sequins--and a little flesh for fantasy.
The statement that "many Catholics loyal to the Magisterium oppose Show the Truth" seems to imply that those who participate in Show the Truth are not loyal to the Magisterium.
You're only as electable as you look once you've been chewed up and spat out by the bloggers, cable-TV babblers, and talk-radio jocks who populate the Freak Show. John Kerry learned this midway through his now-notorious swift-boating.
The new show, based on the concept of supporting college students, is packed with useful campus and entertainment information for students such as popular stores near the campus, school festivals, and movie info.