Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not hidden or concealed; open; manifest.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of unhide.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This needs to be laid out in complete unhidden details.

    Sources: White House considers drafting health care bill

  • Then when things change, the bad habits of the organization, which were compensated for with excess spending and often excess hiring, now surface unhidden, result in severe changes or layoffs, and are harder to fix because they're well, habits.

    8 posts from July 2009

  • Then when things change, the bad habits of the organization, which were compensated for with excess spending and often excess hiring, now surface unhidden, result in severe changes or layoffs, and are harder to fix because they're well, habits.

    Accountability

  • Those statements reflect an unhidden agenda in the Democratic party that perpetuates the continued poverty of millions of blacks.

    DNC: Barbour 'defended the indefensible'

  • Then when things change, the bad habits of the organization, which were compensated for with excess spending and often excess hiring, now surface unhidden, result in severe changes or layoffs, and are harder to fix because they're well, habits.

    risk shmisk

  • Then when things change, the bad habits of the organization, which were compensated for with excess spending and often excess hiring, now surface unhidden, result in severe changes or layoffs, and are harder to fix because they're well, habits.

    Technology

  • While being the most emotionally draining film of the year, Shame was also the most explicit and it's continuously unhidden sex scenes that served the film its realism was most likely, and regrettably, too risky for the Academy.

    Emma Seligman: Add These to Your Oscars List...

  • Then when things change, the bad habits of the organization, which were compensated for with excess spending and often excess hiring, now surface unhidden, result in severe changes or layoffs, and are harder to fix because they're well, habits.

    Transparency

  • Then when things change, the bad habits of the organization, which were compensated for with excess spending and often excess hiring, now surface unhidden, result in severe changes or layoffs, and are harder to fix because they're well, habits.

    risk shmisk

  • That Gibson's aggressive, unhidden anti-Semitism was not enough to end his career -- not here and assuredly not in Europe -- says an awful lot about our unwillingness to see the continuing danger of hatred of Jews.

    Rabbi David Wolpe: Why Wasn't Gibson's Anti-Semitism Enough?

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