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
Recent Examples of revelatory from the Web
Will this be a meeting of egos and agendas, instead of a conversation that produces anything revelatory?
The insights into her writing process were revelatory.
The newer songs, in contrast, were often revelatory.
A revelatory clue floats from the sky and the killer is roped in.
Adam Sandler isn’t the only one giving a revelatory performance at the Cannes Film Festival.
There were great and revelatory moments at final tribal.
Estimated sales of Christian videogames, music, books, and movie tickets reached a revelatory $3.6 billion in 2002.
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First Known Use of revelatory
REVELATORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of revelatory for English Language Learners
: making something known : revealing something in usually a surprising way
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