unveil[ uhn-veyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF unveil
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It was a happy idea to unveil the portrait in a darkened room.
She's coming with the Lord-Lieutenant to unveil the new statue.
He would not believe, and we cannot unveil before all these men.
Should I tell him; would he believe; was it best to unveil the working of my own heart to that degree?
It was evident that she would not unveil, and that they were prepared to indorse her refusal.
The young lady is unwilling to unveil, and we must not compel her.
Whether a man should unveil his own sex is quite another question.
"Be pleased to unveil, and to tell me your business," he said.
He understood only too well how painful it was for her to betray and unveil all that was her own.
What a mockery of statesmens leadership and foresight the future was to unveil!