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Definition of "displaying" []

  • To show or make visible (verb)
  • To disclose or make evident; reveal (verb)
  • To flaunt in an ostentatious way (verb)
  • To spread or open out; unfurl or unfold (verb)
  • To give prominence to (headings, captions, etc) by the use of certain typefaces (verb)
  • To engage in a display (verb)
  • The act of exhibiting or displaying; show (noun)
  • Something exhibited or displayed (noun)
  • An ostentatious or pretentious exhibition (noun)
  • An arrangement of certain typefaces to give prominence to headings, captions, advertisements, etc (noun)
  • Printed matter that is eye-catching (noun)
  • A device capable of representing information visually, as on a cathode-ray tube screen (noun)
  • The information so presented (noun)
  • A pattern of behaviour in birds, fishes, etc, by which the animal attracts attention while it is courting the female, defending its territory, etc (noun)
  • Relating to or using typefaces that give prominence to the words they are used to set (noun)
  • Present participle of display. (verb)

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Use "displaying" in a sentence
  • "The Emmy nominated star joined his fellow Modern Family castmembers on Friday night to be honored at the GLSEN Respect Awards for their work in displaying positive storylines that reflect a diverse America."
  • "The image of a book cover that you're displaying is the wrong one."
  • "I think clear credits is a basic must in displaying art."