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[ri-veel-muh nt] /rɪˈvil mənt/
the act of revealing; revelation.
Origin of revealment
First recorded in 1575-85; reveal + -ment Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • Some of the political parties seemed to be in line to favor this revealment of another radical tenet.

    Villa Elsa Stuart Henry
  • The Truth and Love that he manifests in his life, is the revealment of his God-like nature.

    The Right Knock Helen Van-Anderson
  • This is the time of woman's revealment of true modesty; true ideals.

  • They were beyond that revealment now, yet here was everything as in a glass.

  • In a flash of revealment it was shown him that with the great love had come a great responsibility.

    The Price Francis Lynde
  • In all Harry Sanderson's life was to be never such a moment of revealment.

    Satan Sanderson Hallie Erminie Rives
  • My surprise at this swift avowal kept me silent, yet I could not conceal the admiration from revealment in my eyes.

    Gordon Craig Randall Parrish
  • She looked more closely, sensing a possible trap in his question, a revealment of her lack of knowledge.

    A Woman's Place Mark Irvin Clifton
  • Whenever we are ready to breathe or absorb Truth into our consciousness, we get a revealment—'inspiration giveth understanding.'

    The Right Knock Helen Van-Anderson
  • And still, so incredible the revealment, he had not in the first shock of it seemed to consider Baird in any way to blame.

    Merton of the Movies Harry Leon Wilson

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