verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Related formsun·mask·er, noun
Examples from the Web for unmask
Bravo claims to unmask the Online Dating Rituals of the American Male.Bravo’s ‘Online Dating Rituals’ Reveals American Males Are Creepy and Want Sex|Emily Shire|March 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Comedy is a cost-effective tactic to unmask this insecurity and undermine tyranny around the world.
Yes, the drug may unmask an otherwise concealed truth and move the Holmes case in one direction or another.Would Truth Serum Work on James Holmes in the Aurora Shooting Trial?|Kent Sepkowitz|March 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But, in this week's Newsweek, Jacob Bernstein says her departure may unmask another culprit.
Truth is too simple for us; we do not like those who unmask our illusions.
You could slip in heah to our room befoah they unmask, and nobody would evah find out who you were.The Little Colonel at Boarding-School|Annie Fellows Johnston
The alarm of Mrs. Carmichael lest her pupil should unmask her elegant deficiencies had been no unfounded one.An Ambitious Woman|Edgar Fawcett
I know a little about cats of several sorts, and there is that in the room which will unmask this one, or I am mistaken in her.Lilith|George MacDonald
Are you offering to bet me that, before I unmask, you will be able to discover who I am?The Streets of Ascalon|Robert W. Chambers