Definitions

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  • n. The act of revealing something; revelation.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Act of revealing.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of revealing; revelation.

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Examples

  • "revealment," though he's told me elsewhere the distinction thereof has more to be said.

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  • "revealment" It depends on what I am wearing. and where I am ...

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  • VII MEN OF THE WOODS Night had fallen, but torches streamed across the strand, casting the mad scene into lurid revealment.

    The Conquering Sword of Conan

  • Nothing new was learned; hence there was no revealment.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • In that supremely intimate fusion, that ultimate union of line and plane and cellule, each mind was revealed completely to the other; a revealment which no outsider should expect to share.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • When I would have protested such revealment of our presence, Kemoc shook his head, laying fin - gertip to lips in warning.

    Three Against The Witch World

  • It is a mere formality to emphasize at this point that none of this information must ever become available to any mind below the third level; since to any entity able either to obtain or to read this report it will be obvious that such revealment would set up an inferiority complex which must inevitably destroy both the Patrol and Civilization.

    Children of the Lens

  • Contemporary verse seems to fall within the scope of these studies, inasmuch as the "renaissance of poetry" (as enthusiasts like to term the new stirring of interest in verse) is revealing young poets of the present day even more frank in self-revealment than were poets of twenty years ago.

    The Poet's Poet : essays on the character and mission of the poet as interpreted in English verse of the last one hundred and fifty years

  • Man at the present day is so constituted that a revealment to him of coming events in detail would be injurious; and experience proves that such disclosures, when made to him in dreams or otherwise, are profitless, as he always fails to foil the evil of which he is forewarned.

    Strange Visitors

  • We think of him as living with his head among the mists, alert for all those sudden bursts of light which fleck here and there forgotten or unseen places, making them live with a new resplendency, full of new revealment, perfect with wonder.

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