- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of uncover.
“Sometimes, the search for a title uncovers a long-forgotten pearl.”
“In Tunisia: Josh Bernstein uncovers the secret life of gladiators at El Jem, which was once the Roman town of Thysdrus.”
“But what she uncovers is far more sinister than anyone imagines and leads to a group of killers who give new meaning to the word hunter.”
“A domestic abuse call uncovers two unlicensed pistols inside a home where a woman has called 911 after being battered by her husband.”
“Chesler EJ, Lu L, Shou S, Qu Y, Gu J, et al. (2005) Complex trait analysis of gene expression uncovers polygenic and pleiotropic networks that modulate nervous system function.”
“In this case, the Post "uncovers" how a passing joke made front-page headlines and overshadowed Clinton's campaign stop in Davenport, Iowa.”
“The inventor and the discoverer are truly what the words imply: the inventor "comes upon" the new idea or principle, and the discoverer "uncovers" and makes plain.”
“A two-week course that “uncovers your inner potential, increasing your personal energy and leading to greater insight and focus when confronting the problems of today”, or an open-ended series of weekly sessions that turns you into a weeping pretzel because it forces you to confront your own weaknesses?”
“Mr. Nasution said Tuesday in a hearing with a parliamentary committee that Bank Indonesia could impose more "severe sanctions" against Citibank if it uncovers more wrongdoings.”
“Whatever the investigation uncovers – and it's still very early – one thing is clear: those groups still operate despite international pressure on Pakistan after the Mumbai attacks almost three years ago.”
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