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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of uncloak.

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Examples

  • With the protests dubbed "uncloaking the Kochs," Common Cause aimed to out the "billionaires caucus" consorting with conservative donors and to discourage new attendees from exercising the political speech available to them since Citizens United.

    Another Vast Right Wing Conspiracy

  • A power-sapping uncloaking ... a clear knowing the true depth of one's evil can make even a cold-blooded devil pop sweat.

    Look 'Pon The Devil's Brow...An Impossibility...

  • But the promise of uncloaking the anonymous donor is equally alluring in real life and in movie life.

    Tamar Abrams: The Kid is All Right

  • A power-sapping uncloaking ... a clear knowing the true depth of one's evil can make even a cold-blooded devil pop sweat.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Underlying this strange political season, says Mr. Rubio, is the president's rapid uncloaking in office as anything but the postpartisan that voters thought they had elected.

    The Conscience of a Florida Conservative

  • But the promise of uncloaking the anonymous donor is equally alluring in real life and in movie life.

    Tamar Abrams: The Kid is All Right

  • Underlying this strange political season, says Mr. Rubio, is the president's rapid uncloaking in office as anything but the postpartisan that voters thought they had elected.

    The Conscience of a Florida Conservative

  • Underlying this strange political season, says Mr. Rubio, is the president's rapid uncloaking in office as anything but the postpartisan that voters thought they had elected.

    The Conscience of a Florida Conservative

  • Underlying this strange political season, says Mr. Rubio, is the president's rapid uncloaking in office as anything but the postpartisan that voters thought they had elected.

    The Conscience of a Florida Conservative

  • And anyone with a hope of uncloaking it, most often signs away his life.

    THE KILLING FLOOR

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