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An exhibit is documentation, such as a report or photograph, or physical evidence, such as a gun, presented at trial in support of one party’s argument.


 

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
exhibit (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to submit (as a document) to a court or officer in course of proceedings , also to present or offer officially or in legal form
2.
to present to view as
a) to show or display outwardly especially by visible signs or actions - exhibited no fear
b) to have as a readily discernible quality or feature - in all cultures we know, men exhibit an aesthetic sense H. J. Muller
intransitive verb
c) to show publicly especially for purposes of competition or demonstration - exhibit a collection of artifacts to display something for public inspection show
exhibit (noun)
1.
a document or material object produced and identified in court or before an examiner for use as evidence
2.
something - exhibited
3.
an act or instance of - exhibiting exhibition
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
exhibit (noun)
a public showing of objects of interest
SYNONYMS:
display, exhibit, expo, exposition, fair, show
RELATED WORDS:
demonstration, performance, presentation, production; extravaganza, pageant, spectacle; auction, offering, presentment, sale
exhibit (verb)
to present so as to invite notice or attention
SYNONYMS:
display, disport, exhibit, expose, flash, flaunt, lay out, parade, produce, show off, sport, strut, unveil
RELATED WORDS:
brandish, flourish, wave; advertise, air, announce, blaze, broadcast, herald, placard, post, proclaim, publicize, sound, trumpet; divulge, talk (about), tell (of); bare, discover, reveal, uncloak, uncover, unmask
NEAR ANTONYMS:
camouflage, disguise, mask; conceal, cover, curtain, enshroud, hide, obscure, occlude, occult, shroud, veil
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