verb (used with object)
- the part of the jamb of a window or door opening between the outer wall surface and the window or door frame.
- the whole jamb of an opening between the outer and inner surfaces of a wall.
Origin of reveal
Examples from the Web for revealed
Back in December, and just in time for Hanukkah, J.K. Rowling revealed via Twitter that there were Jewish wizards at Hogwarts.
The Sony hack has revealed, above all, just how easy it is for this information to get out.Pyongyang Shuffle: Hollywood In Dead Panic Over Sony Hack|James Poulos|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Emails leaked by the GOP revealed that of the 17 Sony execs making $1 million or more annually, only one is a woman.Exclusive: Aaron Sorkin Thinks Male Film Roles Have Bigger ‘Degree of Difficulty’ Than Female Ones|William Boot|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The pre-war records in Albany revealed a conviction the fellow earned at 16 before going off to war.
Over the course of five hours, a handful of categories at a time have been revealed.10 Biggest Grammy Award Snubs and Surprises: Meghan Trainor, Miley Cyrus & More|Kevin Fallon|December 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The diminution of population in Ireland revealed by the 1901 Census amounted to 245,000 persons.Home Rule|Harold Spender
In cases such as have been described here readers might wonder why names, dates and places are not revealed.
Surely by this time they should have revealed the truth, and made the most of the opportunity.
Fumbling with the fasteners of her wide cape she drew it back and revealed a bewilderingly beautiful creation beneath.Eve to the Rescue|Ethel Hueston
There we sit on parade in these side-seater cars, and what we are is revealed so pitilessly to all who sit across from us.Vignettes Of San Francisco|Almira Bailey
British Dictionary definitions for revealed
Word Origin for reveal
Word Origin and History for revealed (1 of 2)
1560s, past participle adjective from reveal. Revealed religion, as opposed to natural religion, is attested from 1719.