Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not masked.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of unmask.
  • adjective computing Not masked.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In its title the word "unmasked" is purposely provocative and misleading, as is fitting for a book that derives from close reading and a Straussian attention to the arcane.

    Free and Easy

  • In its title the word "unmasked" is purposely provocative and misleading, as is fitting for a book that derives from close reading and a Straussian attention to the arcane.

    Free and Easy

  • In its title the word "unmasked" is purposely provocative and misleading, as is fitting for a book that derives from close reading and a Straussian attention to the arcane.

    Free and Easy

  • Interesting to see political spin unmasked and the rise of bloggers but doubtful it'll change the political landscape much in Norfolk.

    Sorry seems to be the hardest word

  • In New Avengers when he unmasked, that is not what happened.

    AM New York announces Marvel’s new Mayor of NYC

  • His name-calling unmasked him for the child he was, even as his rash reply revealed what he truly thought of all of us.

    Shaman's Crossing

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday hailed the "incredible acts of courage" by Iranian demonstrators as they flooded into city streets and "unmasked" the true nature of the regime.

    Iran Election Live-Blogging (Sunday June 21)

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday hailed the "incredible acts of courage" by Iranian demonstrators as they flooded into city streets and "unmasked" the true nature of the regime.

    Iran Election Live-Blogging (Sunday June 21)

  • There are a good number of Daredevil figures on the market over the years, but very few "unmasked" or Matt Murdock figures.

    I love my toys--part two

  • His stage name was a tribute to the French magician Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin, whom Houdini later "unmasked" in a book on the history of magic.

    Business, Law, Economics & Society

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