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The group was designed by Thomas Ball, and was unveiled December 9, 1879.

She would not, to satisfy people's curiosity, be unveiled to anyone.

To this soul also the Necessity of Creating somewhat has unveiled its awful front.

Specialty after specialty would be unveiled and teams would work on them.

Vanna stood up, straight as a candle, and unveiled her bosom.

In the chamber below were about a dozen Turkish ladies, all unveiled.

Don Estevan now unveiled to Diaz the project which he had discussed with the Senator.

A memorial tablet was recently unveiled in his honour at the museum.

This terrible and mysterious assassin has at last been unveiled.

Only the eyes were unveiled and visible amid the misty folds of the fabric.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, in reference to sight, "to make clear," from un- (2) + veil (v.). Sense of "to display or reveal" (something) is from 1650s. Related: Unveiled; unveiling.

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