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ex·hi·bi·tion / ˌeksəˈbishən/ • n. 1. a public display of works of art or other items of interest, held in an art gallery or museum or at a trade fair: an exhibition of French sculpture. 2. a display or demonstration of a particular skill: a supreme exhibition of the farm worker's skills [as adj.] exhibition games. ∎  [in sing.] an ostentatious or insincere display of a particular quality or emotion: a false but convincing exhibition of concern for smaller nations.

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exhibition

exhibition: see exposition.

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