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See definition of epiphanies on Dictionary.com
  • as inrevelation
  • as insurprise
  • as ineye opener

synonyms for epiphanies

  • announcement
  • discovery
  • epiphany
  • leak
  • news
  • adumbration
  • apocalypse
  • betrayal
  • break
  • broadcasting
  • clue
  • communication
  • cue
  • display
  • divination
  • divulgement
  • earful
  • exhibition
  • expose
  • exposition
  • exposure
  • exposé
  • flash
  • foreshadowing
  • inspiration
  • manifestation
  • oracle
  • proclamation
  • prophecy
  • publication
  • scoop
  • showing
  • sign
  • tip
  • uncovering
  • unveiling
  • vision
  • blow by blow
  • eye-opener
  • lightning bolt
  • the latest
  • unearthing
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antonyms for epiphanies

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  • concealment
  • cover
  • hiding
  • quiet
  • secret
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How to use epiphanies in a sentence

But all the same Heliodorus motivates his plot by this popular belief in dreams and epiphanies.
ESSAYS ON THE GREEK ROMANCESELIZABETH HAZELTON HAIGHT
Among all these usual features of the plot a new importance is given to dreams and epiphanies.
ESSAYS ON THE GREEK ROMANCESELIZABETH HAZELTON HAIGHT
The epiphanies, however, which are vitally significant for the plot all foretell the final fortunes of the hero and the heroine.
ESSAYS ON THE GREEK ROMANCESELIZABETH HAZELTON HAIGHT
In the Epiphanies at Eleusis the doctrine disclosed was demonstrative of that conception.
HISTORIA AMORIS: A HISTORY OF LOVE, ANCIENT AND MODERNEDGAR SALTUS
The nature of the spiritual agency present on any occasion may be ascertained from his manifestations or epiphanies.
COCK LANE AND COMMON-SENSEANDREW LANG
Having lost the living tradition, he sees neither the ritual origin nor the dramatic value of these divine epiphanies.
THE POETICSARISTOTLE
Hence it is often called the Feast of Epiphanies (in the plural).
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 9, SLICE 6VARIOUS
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