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

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Examples

  • The release of the OSS personnel files uncloaks one of the last secrets from the short-lived wartime intelligence agency, which for the most part later was folded into the CIA after President Truman disbanded it in 1945.

    Julia Child: World War II Spy | Disinformation

  • “Hang up,” I say quietly as everyone else uncloaks, too.

    Revealers

  • Helios is cloaked, and presumably will be shielded the minute she uncloaks—and in any case, Odo found both O'Brien's and Kira's communicators in the secondary monitoring station.

    Proud Helios

  • She is perturbed, I can tell; I start tea and gentle her as she uncloaks.

    Smart Dragons, Foolish Elves

  • She is perturbed, I can tell; I start tea and gentle her as she uncloaks.

    Smart Dragons, Foolish Elves

  • What his brother politicians never discovered in him, and the baroness partly suspected, through her interpretation of things opposing her sentiments, Clotilde uncloaks.

    The Tragic Comedians — Complete

  • What his brother politicians never discovered in him, and the baroness partly suspected, through her interpretation of things opposing her sentiments, Clotilde uncloaks.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • What his brother politicians never discovered in him, and the baroness partly suspected, through her interpretation of things opposing her sentiments, Clotilde uncloaks.

    The Tragic Comedians — Volume 3

  • Her attempts to disguise the true state of affairs from her out-of-town friends are laughable; but the fun becomes tinged with pathos when she borrows a furnished mansion for an evening, and a rich relative, invited to dine with her, uncloaks the pitiable fraud.

    Led Astray and The Sphinx Two Novellas In One Volume

  • "The evidence at trial regarding the campaign to pass Proposition 8 uncloaks the most likely explanation for its passage: a desire to advance the belief that opposite-sex couples are morally superior to same-sex couples," he said.

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