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The big twist is that by requesting those documents, Hall did in fact uncover a nepotism problem plaguing UT admissions.

“It is the responsibility of the new government to uncover all the answers to who was shooting our citizens,” he says.

Uncover new details about the 2016 contender's time as First Lady.

One reporter is onto Underwood—and he or she will “stop at nothing,” as they say, to uncover the truth.

Amid the noise and clamor, we uncover the presents worth cherishing: life, family, friends, and faith.

Take a millstone and grind meal: uncover thy shame, strip thy shoulder, make bare thy legs, pass over the rivers.

If the plants are rather thin on the bed, do not uncover until you go there to draw the plants.

Braceway had made the trip to gag Morley, to see that he didn't uncover something which, after all, Morley didn't know—and I did!

The Spirit, as she seemed to him, brought his lunch into the room where he was writing, and he beheld her uncover it.

The wounded uncover the wounds they have carefully concealed, that they might not be taken for reformers.

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On this page you'll find 97 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to uncover, such as: bring to light, crack, discover, divulge, expose, and unearth.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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