verb un·cloak \-ˈklōk\

Definition of UNCLOAK

transitive verb
:  to remove a cloak or cover from
:  reveal, unmask <uncloak an impostor>
intransitive verb
:  to take off a cloak

Examples of UNCLOAK

  1. <uncloaked the latest plan for improvements to the state capitol>
  2. <investigative reporters uncloaked the real estate tycoon, revealing him to be nothing more than a slumlord>

First Known Use of UNCLOAK

circa 1598


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