reveal[ ri-veel ]SEE DEFINITION OF reveal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REVEAL
There, I thought I'd reveal the distressing truth about myself while I had you at my mercy.
If it reveal nothing to be done, there is nothing there for us.
The way seemed to reveal itself to her as they went, and they were soon at home.
If I be so, I am a traitor to the king should I reveal his secret.
Now, Your Majesty, let me reveal to you the meaning of this mystery.
For what are the forms by means of which a man may reveal his thoughts?
I do not ask him to reveal to me the demonstrations of Euclid.
No polishing of sandstone will reveal the mottling of marble.
For a moment I hesitated, realizing full well what an inquiry might reveal.
Perhaps his wicked agent may come at the intelligence, and reveal it to him.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR REVEAL
- break a story
- clue one in
- get off one's chest
- give the word
- lay it on the line
- let one's hair down
- run down
- run through
- set forth
- shoot the breeze
- spill the beans
- spin a yarn