un·​con·​cealed | \ ˌən-kən-ˈsēld How to pronounce unconcealed (audio) \

Definition of unconcealed

: not concealed : openly shown unconcealed admiration/disappointment

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In both economic and social relations, the pursuit of private advantage is increasingly unconcealed and unembarrassed. Jeffrey Collins, WSJ, "‘Power, Pleasure, and Profit’ Review: Self-Mastery Versus Self-Interest," 5 Oct. 2018 By contrast, facial recognition relies on the most distinctive and unconcealed feature of the human form. Ian Bogost, The Atlantic, "What the Capital Gazette Shooting Reveals About Face Recognition," 29 June 2018 Since then, the high court has rebuffed efforts to clarify when state laws may restrict the right to carry concealed or unconcealed guns in public. Joseph A. Slobodzian, Philly.com, "U.S. high court lets stand Philly ruling that lets people convicted of minor crimes seek to own guns," 26 June 2017 Padowitz and Patterson embraced after the verdict was read, as family members of the victim sat in unconcealed frustration. Rafael Olmeda, Sun-Sentinel.com, "Florida man who used oral-sex defense found not guilty in girlfriend's murder," 22 May 2017 In December, when Trump first proposed Tillerson for the job of Secretary of State, Russian officials reacted with unconcealed optimism, even appreciation. Joshua Yaffa, The New Yorker, "What Did Rex Tillerson Accomplish in Moscow?," 13 Apr. 2017 Texas has quietly reached a milestone: More than a million residents now have handgun licenses, one of the biggest citizenries in the country authorized to carry concealed and unconcealed firearms. Manny Fernandez, New York Times, "People in Texas licensed to carry handguns," 11 May 2016

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First Known Use of unconcealed

circa 1775, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unconcealed was circa 1775

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