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
Synonyms for reveal
Antonyms for reveal
Related Words for unrevealingambiguous, cautious, tactful, equivocal, wary, neutral, discreet, circumspect, evasive, judicious, careful, vague, guarded, hush-hush, indefinite, middle-of-the-road, politic, reserved, restrained, tentative
Examples from the Web for unrevealing
Historical Examples of unrevealing
Baffled for the moment, he was silent, watching her unrevealing face.Atlantic Narratives
They are poker eyes—gray-blue, cold, penetrating, unrevealing.Abroad at Home
The stout man was unknown to Ben, perhaps one of the replacements signed on at Kingston; a greasy, unrevealing face.Wilderness of Spring
As Randal spoke thus at length, he watched anxiously his patron's reserved, unrevealing countenance.
Joy had burst asunder the last ligaments, so fretted away in unrevealing sorrow.