Pronunciation of Display
/dɪsplˈe͡ɪ/, /dɪsplˈeɪ/, /d_ɪ_s_p_l_ˈeɪ/
Synonyms for display:
scan, carry on, advertisement, debut, offer, deliver, corrupt, cloud over, one-night stand, infect, emanate, cloud, matinee, radiate, glow, advertise, glint, light up, open up, flash, externalize, spectacular, decode, yield up, revival, vanity, read, Theatricals, emulate, fly by, booking, production, opening night, showstopper, blaze, double bill, swank, premiere, buffer, curtain raiser, swan song, double feature, pyrotechnics, flyover, emote, generate, pour out, boot, scene, shine, explanation, hibernate, first night, reallocate, floor show, reboot, command performance.
disport, surrender, wheel out, freeze, become, gesture, hold up, glitter, set piece, act out, slaver, abort, draw, close, crash, perform, gush, sport, sight, attraction, make with, performance, signal, happening, unload, explode, float.
Other synonyms and related words:
communicate, advertise, explode, break, glow, pomp, revival, perform, give away, unclothe, bring forward, externalize, extend, open up, bring out, pyrotechnics, arrogance, float, bespeak, trot out, draw, vanity, explanation, flyover, blaze, lay out, convey, showstopper, expo, Flaunting, let on, proclaim, march, exposition, pageant, let out, endanger, debunk, intro, pageantry, Theatricals, shine, have, pomposity, projection, bear, production, abort, demo, betray, hold, boast, produce, swank, panoply, emote, introduction, carry, hold up, booking, unload, boasting, act, reflect, discover, release, express, emulate, performance, generate, array, sport, brandish, decode, flash, matinee, possess, attraction, offer, ostentation, deliver, screening, vaunt, scene, read, glitter, disport, unposed, strut, unfold, sight, event, air, hypocrisy, pompousness, parade, sound, ceremony, happening, signal, become, fanfare, drape, presentment, unwrap, declare, peril.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
surrender, advertisement, offer.
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
revelation, exhibition, materialization, showing, symptom, proof, demonstration, incarnation, staging, presentation, unfolding, manifestation, exposure, disclosure, discernibility, expression, evidence, embodiment.
public showing; spectacle (noun)
fanfare, exposition, pomp, unfolding, vanity, presentation, ostentation, demonstration, manifestation, array, exhibit, parade, act, exposure, exhibition, shine, flourish, expo, pageant, blaze, revelation.
show for public viewing, effect (verb)
trot out, unfold, evidence, boast, uncover, expose, illustrate, flaunt, demonstrate, brandish, disclose, reveal, perform, extend, unveil, unmask, betray, advertise, evince, sport, present, flash, manifest, show off, lay out, bare.
Usage examples for display:
- There was in Falkland's character a peculiar dislike to all outward display of less worldly emotions. - "Falkland, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- But these were the only occasions on which he was ready to display his great powers before others. - "Johann Sebastian Bach", Johann Nikolaus Forkel and Charles Sanford Terry.
- Man- like, Thorpe had taken himself away from a spot where he felt there was about to be a display of emotion. - "A Spinner in the Sun", Myrtle Reed.