- To display the method of using an object.
- To show the steps taken to create a logical argument or equation.
- To participate in or organize a demonstration.
Adverbs for Demonstrate
strictly; abundantly; practically; phenomenally; experimentally; fully; conceitedly; conclusively; convincingly; substantially; triumphantly; abstractedly; forcefully; abstrusely; approximately; ocularly; precisely; visually; cordially; lucidly; tastefully; repeatedly;
account for, adumbrate, advertise, affect, afford proof of, air, allegorize, approve, argue, ascertain, attest, audit, balance, balance the books, beef, bespeak, betoken, bitch, blazon forth, body forth, boggle, boycott, brandish, breathe, bring forth, bring forward, bring home to, bring into view, bring out, bring to notice, broaden the mind, call in question, call to mind, catechize, challenge, check, check out, cinch, cite, cite a particular, civilize, clarify, clear up, clinch, complain, connote, crack, cry out against, dangle, decipher, demonstrate against, demur, demythologize, denote, describe, determine, develop, direct, disclose, display, dispute, divulge, document, double-check, dramatize, edify, educate, elucidate, emblazon, embody, enact, enlighten, enter a protest, establish, euhemerize, evidence, evince, example, exemplify, exhibit, explain, explain away, explicate, expose, expose to view, exposit, expostulate, expound, express, figure, fix, flash, flaunt, flourish, follow, follow from, foreshadow, furnish evidence, give a for-instance, give indication of, give instruction, give lessons in, give reason for, give sign, give the meaning, give token, go to show, ground, guide, have a case, highlight, hold good, hold up, hold water, holler, howl, illuminate, illumine, illustrate, image, impersonate, imply, incarnate, indicate, inform, instance, instruct, inventory, involve, itemize, kick, make clear, make good, make out, make plain, manifest, march, mark, materialize, mean, mirror, nail down, name, object, open the eyes, overhaul, parade, particularize, perform, personate, personify, picket, point to, popularize, prefigure, present, press objections, pretypify, proclaim, produce, project, protest, prove, prove to be, prove true, put forth, put forward, quote, raise a howl, rally, rationalize, realize, reeducate, reflect, remonstrate, remove all doubt, represent, reveal, roll out, school, scruple, set, set at rest, set forth, set right, settle, settle the matter, shadow, shadow forth, sharpen the wits, shed light upon, show, show forth, show how, show signs of, show the way, signalize, signify, simplify, sit in, solve, speak for itself, speak volumes, spell out, sport, spotlight, squawk, state a grievance, strike, suggest, symptomatize, take stock, teach, teach a lesson, teach in, teach the rudiments, tell, tend to show, throw light upon, token, trot out, trumpet, trumpet forth, unfold, unlock, unravel, vaunt, verify, wave, yell bloody murder
From Latin dēmonstrō (“I show”)
- second-person plural present active imperative of dēmōnstrō "show ye; prove ye"
- vocative masculine singular of dēmōnstrātus