Definition of reveal
- reveal a secret
- the uncurtained window revealed a cluttered room
She would not reveal the secret.
The test revealed the true cause of death.
It was revealed that they stole over million.
They revealed the plans for the new building.
The expression on his face revealed how he felt.
The curtain was lifted to reveal the grand prize.
Pulling up the carpeting revealed the home's beautiful hardwood floors.
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bring to light, go public (with), let the cat out of the bag (about), spill the beans (about);
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the quality or state of being insatiable
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