American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To make less mysterious; clarify: an autobiography that demystified the career of an eminent physician.
- v. make less mysterious or remove the mystery from
- de- + mystify (Wiktionary)
“Chidenga, the Zimbabwe wildlife chief, said world efforts to "demystify" the medicinal affects of rhino horn – consisting of keratin, the main component of human fingernails and hair – failed to yield results in Asia.”
“Have abortion stories failed to "demystify" the procedure?”
“She has done more to "demystify" the subject of money more than anyone else I have read.”
“Ariel claims to "demystify" the stock market though a carefully managed stock portfolio.”
“The force's public relations hell dawned Tuesday when a parade of police association representatives arrived in Ottawa to "demystify" the Taser for national media, arguing it's a weapon that deserves a spot on every police belt.”
“Heath Minister Dr Nkosazana Zuma told delegates the conference would help "demystify" HIV/Aids so that it could be treated in the same manner as any other life threatening disease which had no cure, but could be prevented by adopting a particular lifestyle.”
“Chidenga, the Zimbabwe wildlife chief, said world efforts to "demystify" the medicinal affects of rhino horn - consisting of keratin, the main component of human fingernails and hair - failed to yield results in Asia.”
“Angie Jackson, 27, said she wanted to "demystify" abortion for other women, and decided to share it with the world via Twitter, YouTube and her personal blog.”
“Angie Jackson, 27, wanted to "demystify" abortion, and so”
“Angie Jackson, 27, wanted to "demystify" abortion, and so shared it”
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