Synonyms for Present:

adj.

existent (adjective)
essential, existent, existing, extant, ontological, real, Subsistent, Subsisting.
existing; at this time (adjective)
already, being, coeval, contemporaneous, contemporary, existent, extant, immediate, instant, just now, modern, prompt, today, Begun, started.
manifest (adjective)
concrete, corporeal, demonstrated, discernible, embodied, evidential, incarnate, observable, palpable, perceivable, proved, revealed, tangible, touchable, viewable, visible, Appeared, Displayed, Exhibited, Manifested, Materialized, Shown.
nearby, here (adjective)
near, on-the-spot.
present (adjective)
Inhabiting, Occupying, Residing, existing.
real (adjective)
in the flesh.

n.

accession, already, annals, archive, archivist, art gallery, audience, being, bookmobile, card catalog, carrel, coeval, contemporaneous, contemporary, immediate, just now, modern, over, past, prompt, Begun, started. acknowledge, greet, near, receive, shout out, welcome, SEE-IN, pay your respects (to someone). afflict, catch, contract, develop, invade, suffer, come down with, make known, go down with. alive, hint, imply, in progress, infer, intimate, modern-day, prevailing, at this time. distribute, part with, proffer, sponsor, put forth. anchor, confer, edit, edit out, get on, guest, bleep out, hand back, go on (the) TV/radio. aspect, auxiliary, conjugation, copula, perform, put on, DO, auxiliary verb, the active, the conditional, the first person, the future. attendance, availability, bodily, in the flesh, on-the-spot, presence, time. bring about, catalyze, create, form, invent, start-off, trigger, set off. freebie, largesse, settlement, surprise, valentine, care package, red packet. blank check, bounce, cash, cashier's check, check, check stub, checkbook, cheque, chequebook, check card. bump into, come across, come-on, encounter, meet, run into, see, meet up. define, delineate, describe, paint, pin down, profile, set forth. counteroffer, quid pro quo, cast pearls before swine. hold up, produce, trot out, yield up, wheel out. the present, at this moment in time, in this day and age. conferment (noun)
bestowal.
duration (noun)
time.
existing time (noun)
here and now, now.
gift (noun)
benefaction, contribution, donation, endowment, grant, offering.
now (noun)
here and now, immediacy, instant, now, today.
offer (noun)
advance, approach, attempt, bestowal, bid, citation, concession, deal, donation, endowment, gift, grant, investiture, invitation, issue, offer, offering, overture, quotation, submission, tender.

v.

demonstrate (verb)
convince, evince, expose, flaunt, flourish, illustrate, indicate, uncover, unmask, unveil.
dramatize (verb)
act, burlesque, characterize, choreograph, dramatize, improvise, mime, pantomime, play.
give (verb)
allot, allow, ascribe, assign, assist, attribute, award, bequeath, consign, contribute, deliver, devote, disburse, dispense, dole, donate, expend, fund, furnish, help, lavish, lend, pay, pledge, provide, ration, send, serve, share, shower, supply.
give, hand over (verb)
award, bestow, confer, devote, donate, furnish, gift, put forth.
introduce; demonstrate (verb)
advance, cite, display, exhibit, expose, extend, give, imply, infer, intimate, manifest, offer, perform, produce, proffer, show, submit, tender, trot out, put on, DO, make known.
manifest (verb)
appear, demonstrate, display, embody, exhibit, manifest, materialize, reveal, show.
offer (verb)
bestow, cite, endow, extend, give, impart, invite, quote, render, submit.
possession (verb)
submit.

Other synonyms:

attendance, availability, confer, counteroffer, greet, modern-day, part with, prevailing, proffer, quid pro quo, shout out, valentine, yield up, SEE-IN, care package, hand back, red packet. alive, already, bodily, bump into, largesse, perform, presence, receive, trot out, meet up, wheel out. modern, run into, welcome. acknowledge, encounter. settlement. produce. hold up. surprise. meet. see. DO. current
contemporary.
extend
put forth.
give
impart, part with.
offer
extend.
reveal
expose.
Other relevant words:
being, confer, develop, immediate, produce, proffer, set forth, put on, put forth.

Usage examples for present

  1. But he told me that we were just the people present of whom he had not heard a word. – Mrs. Overtheway's Remembrances by Juliana Horatia Ewing
  2. Miss Jillgall was present – The Legacy of Cain by Wilkie Collins