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  • adj. exhibiting; publicly showing

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Exhibiting; publicly showing.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Exhibiting; showing; displaying.


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Latin exhibitorius relating to giving up: compare French exhibitoire exhibiting.


  • It is difficult to believe that any boy, however great his exhibitory passion, could permit, in the full possession of his sensibilities,

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  • This increases his attractiveness to youthful minds, but to a nature like Hawthorne's anything of an exhibitory character must always be unpleasant.

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  • Having filled your souls with the streams of tears, ye have made them, O holy ones, fruitful, productive of every virtue and exhibitory of most glorious miracles.

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  • It is difficult to believe that any boy, however great his exhibitory passion, could permit, in the full possession of his sensibilities, a needle to be thrust deeply into his flesh without manifestations of a most unmesmeric sort.

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  • Maggie, one day, long before, and under her own attendance precisely, had, for the glory of the name she bore, paid a visit to one of the ampler shrines of the supreme exhibitory temple, an alcove of shelves charged with the gold-and-brown, gold-and - ivory, of old Italian bindings and consecrated to the records of the Prince's race.

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  • Bold, in the sense of being undaunted, yes; but bold in the sense of being careless, confident, or exhibitory, -- no, -- no, and a thousand times no; for, even if you were not a beginner, it would be bad advice that made you bold.

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  • Sydney Wildlife World life science and exhibitory manager Mark Craig said it was not unusual for crocs to go long periods of time without food. | Top Stories

  • Additionally, exhibitors are focused on reducing their costs, by using lighter weight exhibitory and less product, which affects our shipping and grade revenues.

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  • They were not fabricated or installed in the initial phase of the museum's opening, both to reduce the initial capital program and also to provide a fresh set of exhibitory at some point thereafter.


  • His journey within individuals 'inner life and at the same time within the current reality of a devastated society can be perceived in his masterpieces through anonymous figures screaming from their cages, through the sensuality and eroticism he displays in his provocative and exhibitory manner, through a feel for death and a voluptuous liveliness.



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