Demonstration

Demonstration,

Definition of Demonstration:

  1. A public meeting or march protesting against something or expressing views on a political issue.

  2. The action or process of showing the existence or truth of something by giving proof or evidence.

  3. Sales promotion method that (1) shows the performance of a product in actual use conditions, or (2) encourages trial purchase and use of the product for evaluation by the customer.

  4. A practical exhibition and explanation of how something works or is performed.

Synonyms of Demonstration

Exhibition, Presentation, Display, Illustration, Exposition, Teach-in, Absolute indication, Allegorization, Alphabet, Art, Beef, Bitch, Blazon, Blueprint, Boycott, Bravura, Brilliancy, Burden of proof, Case, Case in point, Challenge, Charactering, Characterization, Chart, Choreography, Citation, Clarification, Complaint, Compunction, Conclusive evidence, Confirmation, Conventional representation, Cracking, Cross reference, Damning evidence, Dance notation, Daring, Dash, Decipherment, Decoding, Deduction, Deductive reasoning, Delineation, Demo, Demur, Demurrer, Demythologization, Depiction, Depictment, Description, Determination, Diagram, Discourse, Discourse of reason, Discursive reason, Display, Drama, Dramatics, Drawing, Eclat, Editing, Elucidation, Emblem, Emendation, Enactment, Enlightenment, Establishment, Etalage, Euhemerism, Evidence, Example, Exception, Exegesis, Exemplar, Exemplification, Exhibit, Exhibition, Exhibitionism, Explanation, Explication, Exponent, Exposition, Expostulation, Exposure, Expounding, False front, Fanfaronade, Figuration, Figure, Flair, Flaunt, Flaunting, Flourish, Grievance, Grievance committee, Hieroglyphic, Histrionics, Howl, Iconography, Ideogram, Illumination, Illustration, Imagery, Imaging, Incontrovertible evidence, Indication, Indignation meeting, Indisputable evidence, Induction, Inductive reasoning, Instance, Ironclad proof, Item, Kick, Letter, Light, Limning, Logical thought, Logogram, Logograph, Manifestation, Map, March, Musical notation, Nonviolent protest, Notation, Object lesson, Objection, Onus, Onus probandi, Opening, Ostentation, Pageant, Pageantry, Parade, Particular, Performance, Philosophy, Picketing, Pictogram, Picturization, Plan, Portraiture, Portrayal, Prefigurement, Presentation, Presentment, Printing, Production, Projection, Proof, Protest, Protest demonstration, Protestation, Qualm, Quotation, Rally, Ratiocination, Rationale, Rationalism, Rationality, Rationalization, Rationalizing, Realization, Reason, Reasonableness, Reasoning, Reference, Relevant instance, Remonstrance, Remonstration, Rendering, Rendition, Representation, Representative, Retrospective, Schema, Score, Script, Scruple, Settlement, Sham, Show, Showing, Showing-off, Simplification, Sit-in, Solution, Sophistry, Specious reasoning, Spectacle, Splash, Splurge, Squawk, Staginess, Strike, Substantiation, Sure sign, Sweet reason, Syllabary, Symbol, Tablature, Teach-in, Testimony, Theatrics, Type, Typical example, Unfolding, Unfoldment, Unlocking, Unmistakable sign, Unveiling, Varnishing day, Vaunt, Verification, Vernissage, Writing, Protest, Protest march, March, Parade, Rally, Lobby, Sit-in, Sit-down, Sleep-in, Stoppage, Strike, Walkout, Picket, Picket line, Blockade, Proof, Substantiation, Confirmation, Affirmation, Corroboration, Verification, Validation

How to use Demonstration in a sentence?

  1. Bill always gives a well polished Powerpoint demonstration when meeting with new clients to show them all that our company has to offer them.
  2. It was a demonstration of his expertise as he taught our entire team how to use the new software today.
  3. It is not capable of mathematical demonstration.
  4. I was late to the science demonstration and interrupted a few of the people as I stumbled into the room.
  5. A microwave cooking demonstration.
  6. A pro-democracy demonstration.

Meaning of Demonstration & Demonstration Definition