Exhibit [noun]

Definition of Exhibit:

viewing; presentation

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Sentence/Example of Exhibit:

Cleveland Arts and EntertainmentRock and Roll Hall of FameCleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a must-see for any music lover, or anyone who simply enjoys history, fascinating exhibits, and fun.

A new exhibit in Central Park features six statues of women scientists—the first statues of real women to be found in the park.

Although delayed, a comprehensive exhibit is still planned to open at North Park in Dallas.

Her stick and cape were eventually placed on permanent display near the American Museum of Natural History’s exhibit on the cultures of the Pacific.

It’s a thrilling exhibit of democracy, which is what it’s supposed to be.

Any nucleated red cell, but especially the megaloblast, may exhibit polychromatophilia.

The cell containing them may stain normally in other respects, or it may exhibit polychromatophilia.

But Bull in authority anywhere is apt to exhibit his horns to those whom he suspects of being nobodies.

Do the public funds exhibit the slightest symptoms of uneasiness or excitement?

In Mexico the tobacco plantations exhibit a diversity of scenery not met with in other portions of America.