Give away and Show

Give away

Show Definitions
Give away verb – To make known (something abstract) through outward signs.
Usage example: the insincerity of his apology was given away by that slight smirk on his face

Show and give away are semantically related In some cases you can use "Show" instead a verb "Give away".
Synonyms for Give away

Show

Show Definitions
Show verb – To make known (something abstract) through outward signs.
Usage example: the actor's expressive face shows his every thought and emotion clearly

Give away and show are semantically related in indicate topic. Sometimes you can use "Give away" instead a verb "Show".
Nearby Words: showy, showed, showing, showcase, shown
Synonyms for Show

Both terms in one sentence

  • Series / Deal or No Deal The show never managed to give away that much money to a single contestant, and only twice did the US version give away seven-figure prize winnings - to its only two winners.
  • Series / Rhyme And Reason But what would give away from this show so crude, Was the premiere of the Family Feud!
  • Series / Impractical Jokers During the British Invasion episode, Q is in a challenge to give away tickets to a made-up show.
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