Exhibiting [verb]

Definition of Exhibiting:

put on view; present

Synonyms of Exhibiting:

Opposite/Antonyms of Exhibiting:

Sentence/Example of Exhibiting:

There are two of the early influences, inductees Nat King Cole and Billie Holiday, who I wanted to celebrate in this exhibit because folks do not associate them with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

UrbanSparkle, an exhibit organized by UrbanGlass, an arts nonprofit group in Brooklyn, highlights five female artists who have transformed the glass into wearable statement pieces.

You wind up in an exhibit about tiny model cars because it was adjacent to one about a Prussian scientist.

SeaWorld San Diego is going to reclose their indoor animal exhibits.

The price includes three passes, online exhibit space and lead generation capability.

An exhibit last year at the largest art museum in Beijing, China, included more than 100 works shaped by AI.

At first glance, the gorgeous new fashion exhibit at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art won’t dispel the notion.

From art exhibits to books and documentaries, this is the perfect one-stop shop for visitors interested in learning more about this historic culture.

She rebutted her employer’s response in a document that reads like a prosecutor’s exhibit.

Do not miss the new exhibit, “Edward Hopper and the American Hotel.”