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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of unvail.

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Examples

  • The theme for this year's calendar, which will be "unvailed" at the Vilar Center in Beaver Creek on Wednesday, was Eagle County landmarks.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • The theme for this year's calendar, which will be "unvailed" at the Vilar Center in Beaver Creek on Wednesday, was Eagle County landmarks.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • And it is at these times that true colours unvailed; those who cannot see beyond their own interests have made their voice clear.

    Full Michigan delegation with half-vote to be seated by Dems

  • It argued far more of a wild spirit of adventure than of a sober understanding in Aubrey de Vere, to go with that clever Frenchman to the Turk's house, and to play off all those tricks in the presence of its master and his ten unvailed wives.

    International Weekly Miscellany - Volume 1, No. 8, August 19, 1850

  • David, of Angers, was unvailed amid the clang of "sonorous metal blowing martial sounds."

    International Miscellany of Literature, Art and Science, Vol. 1, No. 3, Oct. 1, 1850

  • But they say, these unvailed exposures of sentiments and of life offend that virginal modesty of soul, of which outward modesty is but an imperfect emblem?

    International Miscellany of Literature, Art and Science, Vol. 1, No. 3, Oct. 1, 1850

  • Woman is not an equal there, but a highly prized possession, and must never appear upon the street with her face unvailed, so that any man caught tearing the foutah of a lady from her face would be severely dealt with.

    Miss Caprice

  • There the entire question of the Protean Problem -- Slavery -- in connection with its legalized existence in the States as guaranteed by the Constitution, is fairly and fully laid out, the suicidal character of secession unvailed, and the magnificent proportions of a united

    The Great Funeral Oration on Abraham Lincoln

  • But Dorothy saw that to forsake mistress Watson's table would be to fly the field, and therefore, hateful as it was to meet the looks of those around it, she did so with unvailed lids and an enforced dignity which made itself felt.

    St. George and St. Michael

  • But Dorothy saw that to forsake mistress Watson's table would be to fly the field, and therefore, hateful as it was to meet the looks of those around it, she did so with unvailed lids and an enforced dignity which made itself felt.

    St. George and St. Michael Volume II

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