- to make known; disclose; divulge: to reveal a secret.
- to lay open to view; display; exhibit.
- an act or instance of revealing; revelation; disclosure.
- 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.
- the framework or edge of an automobile window.
Origin of reveal
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1, 2. unveil, publish, impart, tell, announce, proclaim. Reveal, disclose, divulge share the meaning of making known something previously concealed or secret. To reveal is to uncover as if by drawing away a veil: The fog lifted and revealed the harbor. To disclose is to lay open and thereby invite inspection: to disclose the plans of an organization. To divulge is to communicate, sometimes to a large number of people, what was at first intended to be private, confidential, or secret: to divulge the terms of a contract.
1, 2. conceal, hide.
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Examples from the Web for unrevealed
It is not for us to dogmatize on the unrevealed period of the “glorious appearing.”
That day and that hour are to be wrapt in unrevealed and impenetrable secrecy.
What is the ‘it’ that is unrevealed by the p. 75courteous Dr. Knapp?Immortal Memories
That which she was, positively, was dark and unrevealed, it could not come forth.The Rainbow
D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
The miracles wrought in my soul by this young girl will remain for ever unrevealed.Marguerite
- not having been disclosed, divulged, revealed, etc
- (may take a clause as object or an infinitive) to disclose (a secret); divulge
- to expose to view or show (something concealed)
- (of God) to disclose (divine truths) either directly or through the medium of prophets, etc
- architect the vertical side of an opening in a wall, esp the side of a window or door between the frame and the front of the wall
C14: from Old French reveler, from Latin revēlāre to unveil, from re- + vēlum a veil
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Word Origin and History for unrevealed
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