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 unrevealed
And those dates there, chronicling but the mysterious, unrevealed record of some obscure, loving heart!My Novel, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
But a real motive is always terse, concise, characteristic and pregnant with unrevealed meaning.Music: An Art and a Language|Walter Raymond Spalding
Before them was a future, unrevealed, but infinitely better than what their past had been.The Boys of '61|Charles Carleton Coffin.
Hers, he invites us to believe, was the dear sacred name which was to rest ever unrevealed.The Love Affairs of Lord Byron|Francis Henry Gribble
What did the unrevealed God matter, when a man had a young family that needed fettling for?The Rainbow|D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
British Dictionary definitions for unrevealed (1 of 2)
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Word Origin for reveal
Word Origin and History for unrevealed
late 14c., from Old French reveler "reveal" (14c.), from Latin revelare "reveal, uncover, disclose," literally "unveil," from re- "opposite of" (see re-) + velare "to cover, veil," from velum "a veil" (see veil (n.)). Related: Revealed; revealing.