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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
demonstration (noun)
1.
an act, process, or means of to the intelligence as - demonstrating
a) (1) conclusive evidence - proof
(2) - derivation
b) a showing of the merits of a product or service to a prospective consumer
2.
an outward expression or display
3.
a show of armed force
4.
a public display of group feelings toward a person or cause
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
demonstration (noun)
1.
a mass meeting for the purpose of displaying or arousing support for a cause or person
SYNONIMS:
demo, demonstration
RELATED WORDS:
assembly, conference, congress, convention, convocation, council, gathering; march; protest, sit-down, sit-in, strike; counterdemonstration, counterprotest, counterrally
demonstration (noun)
2.
an outward and often exaggerated indication of something abstract (as a feeling) for effect
SYNONIMS:
demonstration, display, exhibition, flaunting
RELATED WORDS:
act, charade, facade ( façade), front, guise, pretense ( pretence), put-on, semblance, simulation; affectation, pose, sham; betrayal, disclosure
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