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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
reveal (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to make known through divine inspiration
2.
to make (something secret or hidden) publicly or generally known - reveal a secret
3.
to open up to view - display the uncurtained window revealed a cluttered room
reveal (noun)
the side of an opening (as for a window) between a frame and the outer surface of a wall , also - jamb
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
reveal (verb)
1.
to make known (as information previously kept secret)
SYNONIMS:
bare, disclose, discover, divulge, expose, let on (about), spill, tell, unbosom, uncloak, uncover, unmask, unveil
RELATED WORDS:
confide, share; debunk, show up; unclothe, undrape; advertise, announce, blaze, bring out, broadcast, declare, placard, post, proclaim, promulgate, publicize, publish, sound; betray, blab, give away, leak; inform, squeal, talk; communicate, impart, relate; acknowledge, admit, avow, concede, confess, own; disinter, rake up, smoke out, unearth
bring to light, go public (with), let the cat out of the bag (about), spill the beans (about)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
camouflage, disguise; gild, gloss (over), varnish, whitewash; becloud, bedim, befog, cloud, darken, eclipse, obscure, overcast, overshadow, shade
cloak, conceal, cover (up), enshroud, hide, mask, shroud, veil
reveal (verb)
2.
to make known (something abstract) through outward signs
SYNONIMS:
bespeak, betray, communicate, declare, demonstrate, display, evince, expose, give away, manifest, reveal
RELATED WORDS:
bare, disclose, unbosom, uncloak, uncover; advertise, air, announce, blaze, broadcast, placard, proclaim, publicize, sound, trumpet; project
NEAR ANTONYMS:
belie, misrepresent; distort, falsify, garble, twist; camouflage, disguise; gild, gloss (over), varnish, whitewash; conceal, counterfeit, cover, hide, mask, obscure, occlude, veil
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