Having vs Demonstration - What's the difference?

having | demonstration |


As nouns the difference between having and demonstration

is that having is something owned; possession; goods; estate while demonstration is the act of demonstrating; showing or explaining something.

As a verb having

is .

having

English

Verb

(head)
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • Something owned; possession; goods; estate.
  • * Shakespeare
  • I'll lend you something; my having is not much.
  • * 1875 , Tennyson, Queen Mary
  • Your havings wasted by the scythe and spade,
    Your rights and charters hobnail' d into slush

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    demonstration

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • The act of demonstrating; showing or explaining something.
  • An event at which something will be demonstrated.
  • I have to give a demonstration to the class tomorrow, and I'm ill-prepared.
  • A public display of group opinion.
  • A show of military force.
  • A mathematical proof.
  • * , s.v. Thomas Hobbes:
  • He read the proposition. So he reads the demonstration of it, which referred him back to such a proposition,; which proposition he read.