Examples of revelatory in a Sentence
ended his tall tale with a revelatory wink that indicated that it had all been an elaborate put-on
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The contrast of that last matchup was particularly revelatory.
Cardi's social media presence is alternately goofy, gracious and revelatory, with recent posts thanking everyone from the New York Times to her high school best friend.
Emmie is played with convincing passion by Charis Michelle Gullage, who has several key revelatory moments near the end.
And there's a revelatory plot twist in the second act that one doesn't see coming.
And the subtle anti-Semitism of blaming slavery on the Jews was revelatory.
Pick an adjective — outrageous, extravagant, tasteless, tedious, revelatory, disrespectful — and any one of them applies.
Such roundness seems revelatory when applied to black women, unveiling an emotional realm that the world conspires to hide.
The first reveal of an older Bobby Briggs (Dana Ashbrook, one of the most revelatory performances of the year), gazing at a portrait of his long-dead girlfriend Laura Palmer.
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