[dem-uh n-strey-shuh n] /ˌdɛm ənˈstreɪ ʃən/
the act or circumstance of proving or being proved conclusively, as by reasoning or a show of evidence:
a belief incapable of demonstration.
something serving as proof or supporting evidence:
They sent a check as a demonstration of their concern.
a description or explanation, as of a process, illustrated by examples, specimens, or the like:
a demonstration of methods of refining ore.
the act of exhibiting the operation or use of a device, machine, process, product, or the like, as to a prospective buyer.
an exhibition, as of feeling; display; manifestation:
His demonstration of affection was embarrassing.
a public exhibition of the attitude of a group of persons toward a controversial issue, or other matter, made by picketing, parading, etc.
a show of military force or of offensive operations made to deceive an enemy.
Mathematics. a logical presentation of the way in which given assumptions imply a certain result; proof.
the act of demonstrating
proof or evidence leading to proof
an explanation, display, illustration, or experiment showing how something works
a manifestation of grievances, support, or protest by public rallies, parades, etc
a manifestation of emotion
a show of military force or preparedness
(maths) a logical presentation of the assumptions and equations used in solving a problem or proving a theorem
undemonstrative [uhn-duh-mon-struh-tiv] /ˌʌn dəˈmɒn strə tɪv/ Synonyms Examples Word Origin adjective 1. not given to open exhibition or expression of emotion, especially of affection. undemonstrative /ˌʌndɪˈmɒnstrətɪv/ adjective 1. tending not to show the feelings; of a reserved nature
adjective, demurer, demurest. 1. characterized by shyness and modesty; reserved. 2. affectedly or coyly decorous, sober, or sedate. adjective 1. sedate; decorous; reserved 2. affectedly modest or prim; coy
verb (used without object), demurred, demurring. 1. to make objection, especially on the grounds of scruples; take exception; object: They wanted to make him the treasurer, but he demurred. 2. Law. to interpose a demurrer. 3. Archaic. to linger; hesitate. noun 4. the act of making objection. 5. an objection raised. 6. hesitation. 7. Law. […]
adjective 1. incapable of being denied or disputed: undeniable evidence of arson. 2. not open to refusal: an undeniable call for help. 3. unquestioned as to quality, merit, etc.; indisputably good: undeniable artistic talent. adjective 1. unquestionably or obviously true 2. of unquestionable excellence: a man of undeniable character 3. unable to be resisted or […]