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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "show" in a sentence

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    showing


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    1. show you how to create six days of time in your life this year


    2. I’ll show you how to create 30 days of time if you need that, but here's what I want to show you about consistency


    3. " Jorma knew that Herndon was pretty excited about his boat because he popped back out the hatch and lifted one of the seat cushions to show him


    4. were an act on talent show “The X Factor”


    5. “And we’d love to hear you talk about it on the show,” he grasps my hand and squeezes it


    6. “He was at the crime scene and he started talking about how I should be on his show, like nothing ever happened, like everything was fine between us


    7. “We had Theo and Vera on our show before,” Becca cuts in


    8. I’m going to show you a staggering number that should wake you up


    9. indeed a patient, their records do not show that I am receiving [or


    10. The opportunity to enjoy them, spend time with them, teach them your values and beliefs, play with them, show them how much you love them, that opportunity is happening


















































































    1. In another experiment, the researchers showed that growth medium treated with the 2 percent caffeine solution had only 5 snails, when checked 30 days after the spray was applied


    2. He showed that a reasonable level of stress provides challenge and creative stimulus and motivates us to action


    3. “We brought her all the way here, showed her our base


    4. Even his hollow-eyed glare of grim determination showed macho


    5. The United Order showed up with over two dozen soldiers who are now tearing the house apart to find it,” Nancy said as she continued to watch the house


    6. While they waited, Tahlmute showed doostEr the map he was carrying


    7. " He wasn't about to tell Estwig that he had showed aluminum, at least until he was sure of Brazilian involvement


    8. ten saints of the island, and then, sadly, he showed them to a table tucked away at the


    9. He'd never spoken with the observer on the times when one showed up


    10. Yeah, doostEr admitted to himself, but he'd be a lot less nervous and just as interested in the job if he'd showed him ten coppers


















































































    1. In this chapter, I will cover some basic methods of making your own organic fertilizers while showing you how we can help the earth (soil) reestablish the balance and restore the natural process by harness-


    2. Easy accessibility, undivided attention, proper 'listening', showing of real care and the faith developed over a period of time are the major aspects of successful consultation


    3. I’m the guy from the monitor,” Ackers pointed unnecessarily at the view screen where they had been looking at him as the elevator traveled down, and which was still showing a large image of his face as he spoke


    4. Again I see my father-in-law, who has been dead for a good ten years, showing me the thing and telling me how he was given it by a German soldier he had taken into custody during the war


    5. "But that cannot be my name!" he replied, showing Adam his impressive plumage


    6. She zeros in on the dining room, clicks some buttons and instantly only the dining room is showing on all the monitors


    7. "I thought we had been re-united?" Glenelle asked, her puzzlement surely showing


    8. flowing hair, showing the aquiline profile of a true son of the Julian clan, except for


    9. ’ He said urgently, more than a tinge of desperation showing in his voice ‘You’ve got to, Liz


    10. Like I say it was a sunny day, Rocco had his shirt off and he was showing off his tattoos

















































































    1. Abraham’s life, you can see that the evidence that shows


    2. watching these adverts and tv shows together


    3. shows and commercials, ads and books


    4. I’m going to focus on watching those shows and I’m going to believe that everything’s


    5. Hence penitence is an attitude that shows


    6. This is the classical example shows


    7. sign that shows you were listening, and is a sign of


    8. Which leads to the proposition that television may actually have a limited role in heart health "if you watch the right shows and spend your time watching comedies rather than stress-provokers," Miller cautioned


    9. The markets have seen lots of ups and downs, but history shows that over time the value of a well-diversified portfolio will increase


    10. Each new fix on it shows it more homed in on this planet


















































































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    Synonyms for "show"

    show appearance display demonstrate establish prove shew read record register designate indicate point evince express bear witness evidence testify depict picture render usher show up demo exhibit present trace showing occurrence representation sight production presentation exhibition play program spectacle ceremony pomp illusion sham deception ostentation simulation pretext reveal unfurl manifest lead guide accompany conduct clarify disclose divulge explain elucidate proclaim publish give bestow dispense confer grant accord seem appear look

    "show" definitions

    the act of publicly exhibiting or entertaining


    something intended to communicate a particular impression


    a social event involving a public performance or entertainment


    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


    provide evidence for


    make visible or noticeable


    show in, or as in, a picture


    give expression to


    indicate a place, direction, person, or thing; either spatially or figuratively


    be or become visible or noticeable


    indicate a certain reading; of gauges and instruments


    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