unconcealed

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

Definition of unconcealed

: not concealed : openly shown unconcealed admiration/disappointment

Examples of unconcealed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web If the claim of crisis should come as no surprise, the unconcealed contempt for the capability of adults to decide things for themselves is startling. Andrew Stuttaford, National Review, "Rule by Regulation," 6 Mar. 2021 But both harbor unconcealed ambitions of running for president, and both want the support of Trump’s voters. Los Angeles Times, "Column: Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley are torching the Constitution to further their own presidential ambitions," 6 Jan. 2021 In this case, those include Mr. Giuliani’s, which have run in strong currents for decades, unconcealed. New York Times, "The Indispensable Man: How Giuliani Led Trump to the Brink of Impeachment," 8 Dec. 2019 Most Oklahomans 21 and older can now carry concealed or unconcealed firearms without having gone through a background check or training requirements, with exceptions for those illegally in the country or who have been convicted of certain crimes. Fox News, "Permitless gun carry in Oklahoma takes effect," 2 Nov. 2019 In our society, gender disparity has touched every woman in ways both subtle and unconcealed. Ben Flanagan | Bflanagan@al.com, al, "Sidewalk 2019: Look for these works from Alabama artists at the film festival," 22 Aug. 2019 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 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

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First Known Use of unconcealed

circa 1775, in the meaning defined above

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“Unconcealed.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unconcealed. Accessed 16 Apr. 2021.

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