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barnstorm to travel through rural areas giving performances, political speeches, exhibition contests, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
exhibitive serving as an exhibition; exhibiting or revealing (usu. fol. by "of").
exposition a public exhibition of artistic or industrial artifacts. [1/3 definitions]
fireworks an exhibition using such devices for entertainment. [1/3 definitions]
gibbet a structure built for execution by hanging and for the public exhibition of those hanged, consisting of a vertical post to which a horizontal beam is attached at the top; gallows. [1/2 definitions]
handler a person who trains animals, esp. dogs, for competitive exhibition. [1/3 definitions]
Harlem Globetrotters world-renowned U.S. basketball team founded in 1927, which plays exhibition matches highlighting their extraordinary skill and comic maneuvers.
Lippizaner one of a breed of compact, shapely gray or white horses developed through crossbreeding and used in jumping and dressage exhibition events.
marquee a large tent used for outdoor events, such as a wedding reception, dance, exhibition, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
peep show an exhibition of pictures or objects, as in a box, to be viewed through a small opening, sometimes with a magnifying lens. [1/2 definitions]
retrospective an exhibition of the life's work of an artist. [1/3 definitions]
ring1 an enclosure or partition for a sports event, contest, or exhibition; arena. [1/14 definitions]
rodeo an exhibition or competition of cowboy skills such as riding untamed horses or roping cattle.
salon an art gallery or exhibition hall, or an exhibit of art work. [1/4 definitions]
self-exhibition combined form of exhibition.
sideshow a small exhibition offered to supplement the main attraction, as at a circus. [1/3 definitions]
skydive to jump or dive from an airplane and perform various acrobatic stunts before opening one's parachute, done as a sport or for exhibition.
tango a Latin American ballroom dance with gliding steps and frequent, abrupt turns, often performed as an exhibition dance. [1/3 definitions]
zoological garden a public park or other enclosed area in which live animals are kept for exhibition; zoo.