unveiled

[ uhn-veyld ]
/ ʌnˈveɪld /

adjective

not hidden by a veil or other covering; bare.
revealed to public knowledge or scrutiny; made evident or manifest: the unveiled purpose of their wicked plan.

Origin of unveiled

1600–10; (def 1) un-1 + veiled; (def 2) unveil + -ed2

Definition for unveiled (2 of 2)

unveil
[ uhn-veyl ]
/ ʌnˈveɪl /

verb (used with object)

to remove a veil or other covering from; display; reveal: The woman unveiled herself.
to reveal or disclose by or as if by removing a veil or covering: to unveil a monument; to unveil a secret; to unveil a truth.

verb (used without object)

to become revealed by or as if by removing a veil.

Origin of unveil

First recorded in 1590–1600; un-2 + veil
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British Dictionary definitions for unveiled

unveil
/ (ʌnˈveɪl) /

verb

(tr) to remove the cover or shroud from, esp in the ceremonial unveiling of a monument, etc
to remove the veil from (one's own or another person's face)
(tr) to make (something secret or concealed) known or public; divulge; reveal
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