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Definitions of Shown

  1. of Show
  2. p. p. of Show.
  3. Of to show.
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Usage examples for Shown

  1. But, as I've shown you, my case is quite apart from what they may or may not do." – The Second Generation by David Graham Phillips
  2. You could have shown your cards when you'd got in- you've shown 'em too soon! – In the Mayor's Parlour by J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
  3. Five minutes after the letter had been taken in, Nello was shown in to Monsieur Degraux's private room. – The Intriguers by William Le Queux
  4. She was shown in at once. – The New Tenant by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  5. After all I've shown you. – Gargoyles by Ben Hecht
  6. We have been very glad to have you; and I hope we have shown it. – The Bertrams by Anthony Trollope
  7. Yet there is no such island shown on the chart; no island of any sort, indeed, large or small, just where we are. – The Strange Adventures of Eric Blackburn by Harry Collingwood
  8. Answering the last part of the question first, I have already shown that the woman does not get all that her work is worth. – White Slaves by Louis A Banks
  9. " He'll find some way- don't you fear, Janice," said the boy, with much more sympathy than he had ever shown before. – Janice Day by Helen Beecher Long
  10. I want you to shown me this town." – Flowing Gold by Rex Beach
  11. You shall be shown. – The Witness by Grace Livingston Hill Lutz
  12. That it is common enough is shown by the familiar saying, " I will sleep on it." – Leaves in the Wind by A. G. Gardiner
  13. He has shown and proved, as well as told me. – A Beautiful Alien by Julia Magruder
  14. When the servant left him, and he looked around the room into which he had been shown, he felt like a man in a dream. – The Man Who Rose Again by Joseph Hocking
  15. As soon as I entered the house I was shown into the drawing- room, where the ladies received me with the greatest kindness. – Hurricane Hurry by W.H.G. Kingston
  16. But what we now have in our eye will be more clearly shown, if we explain ourselves on the nature of the object to be attained by the student. – The Student-Life of Germany by William Howitt
  17. Why haven't you shown it to me? – The Gay Cockade by Temple Bailey
  18. No, I haven't shown them to any one. – Patty Blossom by Carolyn Wells
  19. You've not shown the letter to anyone? – The Secret Pact by Mildred A. Wirt
  20. Of course no letters other than those shown may be used. – Amusements in Mathematics by Henry Ernest Dudeney
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