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  • v. 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

  • 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.

    WRAL.com Top Stories

  • Updated Apple uncloaks deep details of its 11 iPad apps

    The Register

  • 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.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Gabriel's gift of storytelling that's employed on Talking Heads '"Listening Wind" uncloaks dense lyrical detail that, possibly, even the group would be shocked to learn they wrote, and Lou Reed's "The Power Of The Heart" is downright evangelical.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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