Examples of showing in a Sentence
The movie's last showing tonight is at 10:30.
Recent Examples of showing from the Web
Bryce Treggs had maybe his best showing of the spring.
But his showing was no less memorable for its lack of movement, as the acclaimed performer offered a pitch-perfect rendition of his From A Room, Vol. 2 opener, leaving the Nashville crowd appropriately spellbound.
His sectional leap of 43-5 placed him 11th, but Augustyn made sure his state final result would surpass that through his solid showing on Friday in the state preliminaries.
Nick Young and Shaun Livingston disappointed with their worst showings of the series.
His showing would have put him in a November runoff election against Tanisha Ann Hickerson, who came in second.
With the 2018 midterms months away and the 2020 presidential election cycle approaching rapidly, the Democrats are considering how to improve their poor showings in 2014 and 2016.
His strong showing set off a furious scramble among Iraq’s unwieldy set of political parties to create a governing coalition.
Fulcher started out running for governor, following on his strong showing in the 2014 GOP primary against Gov. Butch Otter.
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SHOWING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of showing for English Language Learners
: the act of making a movie, television show, piece of art, etc., available for the public to see
: a performance or appearance of a particular kind
legal Definition of showing
- appears to require a more specific showing of need by those who seek to perform drug-testing
- —D. A. Grossbaum
- failed to make a prima facie showing of a constitutional violation warranting suppression of the evidence
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