from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Focused on the revelations of a god to humankind.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reveal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Brought to light; disclosed; specifically, made known by direct divine or supernatural agency.
- In entomology, not hidden under other parts.
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The woman photographed being beaten in Cairo is an activist who does not want her name revealed because of her shame at the way she was treated, according to those who were with her at the time.
When the tag revealed the price of fifty dollars slashed in half, and twenty-five dollars marked next to it, I practically broke out into a song and dance.
Adams cut off the communication before his expression revealed how much he feared Mendez was right.
A person familiar with the negotiations, who did not want his name revealed because the talks are secret, said the revenue-sharing issue was not solved and there was no time to field a viable candidacy.
DC's solicitations for the title revealed Morrison as the writer of the oversized special alongside artists Tony Daniel, Andy Kubert and Frank Quitely.
The label revealed that virtually every CD in its catalog will sell for less than $10, and the majority are priced at less than $8.
However, the shade of this bottle caught my eye at the local supermarket, and a quick scan of the label revealed a carrot hot sauce.
His blank expression had never wavered, and she feared what her expression revealed.
With this title revealed, though, I have a feeling it may focus a bit more on Xerxes seen above, played by Rodrigo Santoro, who was the villain and leader of the Persian army in 300.
Youth, beauty, wealth, the humility of indigence and the pride of power, alike find their term revealed in the bright, silent course of the celestial spark; and still new signs succeed to provoke the sympathy or dazzle the philosophy of the observer.