Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The act of presenting or displaying.
  • noun Performance, as in a competition or test of skill.
  • noun A presentation of evidence, facts, or figures.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Appearance; coming into view.
  • noun Aspect; looks.
  • noun A setting forth or demonstration by words: as, he is wrong by his own showing.
  • noun A warning; a prophecy.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Appearance; display; exhibition.
  • noun Presentation of facts; statement.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb Present participle of show.
  • noun An occasion when something is shown.
  • noun A result, a judgement.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun something shown to the public
  • noun the display of a motion picture

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Examples

  • The merchandise in the boutique is funkier than what a Nordstrom would carry - one perfume sold there is called "Fat Electrician," with the label showing a sliver of a man's bottom breaking free from his pants.

    The Seattle Times

  • The merchandise in the boutique is funkier than a Nordstrom would carry - one perfume sold there is called "Fat Electrician," with the label showing a sliver of a man's bottom breaking free from his pants.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In addition, the ads would have a tag showing who "liked" the product, giving it extra credibility.

    Google +1 Looks to Crash Facebook Gathering

  • The audience, all men, look sheepish, except for Mr. Winogrand, who stands with his Leica at the ready, his expression showing him concentrated on getting the best shot.

    The Self and Others

  • Great Wall sells a $72 red wine in an individual wooden case with a glass cover that slides open to reveal the wine, resting on a bed of straw, with the label showing nothing more than a painting of a vineyard.

    Giddy Times for Chinese Wines

  • Great Wall sells a $72 red wine in an individual wooden case with a glass cover that slides open to reveal the wine, resting on a bed of straw, with the label showing nothing more than a painting of a vineyard.

    Giddy Times for Chinese Wines

  • Great Wall sells a $72 red wine in an individual wooden case with a glass cover that slides open to reveal the wine, resting on a bed of straw, with the label showing nothing more than a painting of a vineyard.

    Giddy Times for Chinese Wines

  • Great Wall sells a $72 red wine in an individual wooden case with a glass cover that slides open to reveal the wine, resting on a bed of straw, with the label showing nothing more than a painting of a vineyard.

    Giddy Times for Chinese Wines

  • Great Wall sells a $72 red wine in an individual wooden case with a glass cover that slides open to reveal the wine, resting on a bed of straw, with the label showing nothing more than a painting of a vineyard.

    Giddy Times for Chinese Wines

  • Great Wall sells a $72 red wine in an individual wooden case with a glass cover that slides open to reveal the wine, resting on a bed of straw, with the label showing nothing more than a painting of a vineyard.

    Giddy Times for Chinese Wines

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