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Definition of "showed" []

  • To make, be, or become visible or noticeable (verb)
  • To present to view; exhibit (verb)
  • To indicate or explain; prove (verb)
  • To exhibit or present (oneself or itself) in a specific character (verb)
  • To instruct by demonstration (verb)
  • To indicate or register (verb)
  • To grant or bestow (verb)
  • To appear (verb)
  • To exhibit, display, or offer (goods, etc) for sale (verb)
  • To allege, as in a legal document (verb)
  • To present (a play, film, etc) or (of a play, etc) to be presented, as at a theatre or cinema (verb)
  • To guide or escort (verb)
  • To win a place in a horse race, etc (verb)
  • To give a performance of riding and handling (a horse) to display its best points (verb)
  • To put in an appearance; arrive (verb)
  • A display or exhibition (noun)
  • A public spectacle (noun)
  • An ostentatious or pretentious display (noun)
  • A theatrical or other entertainment (noun)
  • A trace or indication (noun)
  • A discharge of blood at the onset of labour (noun)
  • A chance; opportunity (esp in the phrases give someone a show, he's got no show of winning, etc) (noun)
  • A sporting event consisting of contests in which riders perform different exercises to show their skill and their horses' ability and breeding (noun)
  • A thing or affair (esp in the phrases good show, bad show, etc) (noun)
  • A slight indication of the presence of gold (noun)
  • A display of farm animals, with associated competitions (noun)
  • Simple past of show. (verb)

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Use "showed" in a sentence
  • "The label showed its casual Escada Sport line rather than the more elegant main line on Wednesday at Berlin fashion week — the company's first appearance there — in an effort to highlight its new, broader image."
  • "Getty Images On Wednesday, the label showed its casual Escada Sport line rather than the more elegant main line at Berlin fashion week — the company's first appearance there — in an effort to highlight its new, broader image."
  • "Although her expression showed nothing, her compulsion spells had to be ripping her apart, demanding that she rescue the witch."