[ noun ] the act of exhibiting


"a remarkable exhibition of musicianship"

Used in print

(The Sun, [Baltimore],...)

The Orioles tonight retained the distinction of being the only winless team among the eighteen Major-League_clubs as they dropped their sixth straight spring exhibition decision , this one to the Kansas_City Athletics by a score of 5 to 3 .

(The New York Times,...)

From the standpoint of the army of duffers , however , this was easily the most heartening exhibition they had had since Ben_Hogan fell upon evil ways during his heyday and scored an 11 in the Texas_open .

(Organic Gardening and Farming,...)

Would you like to grow exhibition pansies ?

(Frank Getlein and Harold C. Gardiner, S.J., Movies,...)

Motion-picture exhibitions took_place in stores in a general atmosphere like that of the penny_arcade which can still be found in such urban_areas as Times_Square .

[ noun ] a collection of things (goods or works of art etc.) for public display


expo exposition

Used in print

(Chicago Daily Tribune...)

An exhibition of Evelyn_Cibula 's paintings will open with a reception Nov. 5 at the Evanston_Community_center , 828 Davis_st. .

(Edward Austin Walton, "On Education for the Interior...)

Working in a vacuum of minimal information can result only in show_pieces that look good in exhibitions and catalogs and may please the public_relations department but have little to do with the essence of interior_design .