displaying both brings a level of respect and admiration that many yearn to have.
Passersby passed by, displaying the full pageantry of West Village life.
So it would be inhuman not to empathize when someone is displaying those qualities.
displaying her trademark spirit, Pelosi took a calculated risk, and will likely pay a high price in just a few weeks.
Instead of displaying what would have been, in context, a healthy egotism as the mug fell, Leno looked as vulnerable as a child.
In the geography class which follows Tim has another opportunity of displaying his learning.
The mob spirit is displaying itself here and there in this country.
But the latter was desperate, and with the other generals was displaying a wilfulness bordering on (p. 205) insubordination.
He spoke with a sensibility which he was little in the habit of displaying.
As the Queen had very fine legs, she was accused of having hit on this device for displaying them.
late 13c., "unfurl" (a banner, etc.), from Old French desploiir (Modern French déployer) "unfold, unfasten, spread out" (of knots, sealed letters, etc.), from Latin displicare "to scatter," from dis- "un-, apart" (see dis-) + plicare "to fold" (see ply (v.1)).
Properly of sails or flags (and unconnected to play); meaning "reveal, exhibit" is late 14c. Related: Displayed; displaying.
1580s, "description," from display (v.). Meaning "exhibition" is from 1680s.