- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unveil.
- adj. revealed; especially by having a veil removed
“The Egyptian-born Australian Mufti Sheikh Taj El-Din Hilaly, who shot into fame by his infamous fasting month sermon in September, 2006, in which he called the unveiled Australian women 'uncovered meat'.”
“The most curious title unveiled at the Konami press conference is Lost in”
“Britain unveiled $127 billion in spending cuts over four years, including an 8% cut to its military budget, its biggest one-time defense reduction since World War II.”
“Suleiman, a Maronite Catholic, and thus unveiled, is to Farahi's right, elegantly bejeweled in gold, her face framed with finely shaped eyebrows.”
“We've sold a lot of them, but it's never been a huge hit," Apple CEO Steve Jobs said of the original Apple TV when he unveiled is smaller, cheaper, sleeker successor in early September.”
“Today, Britain unveiled the biggest cuts in public spending since the Second World War.”
“LONDON -- Britain unveiled on Wednesday a campaign to dig itself out from under a mountain of public debt, setting up a global experiment: Can a major nation drastically slash government spending without derailing its economic recovery?”
“Foster's Dymaxion, which the architect has just unveiled, is striking and spacious.”
“But this week, even as Senator John McCain unveiled his new economic plan, he also introduced a new position on copyright law.”
“Speaking at University of South Florida, John McCain unveiled his health-care proposal to lower cost and increase coverage.”
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