Examples of unmask in a Sentence
He was unmasked as a spy.
the killer's identity won't be unmasked until the season's final episode
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Once unmasked, pouters may be willing to re-engage or at least back off.
But data, if it's somehow viewed or intercepted, can unmask the sender.
On Rhodes, specifically, Nunes wrote to the National Security Agency on Aug. 1 requesting the total number of unmasking requests made by him in the 13 months preceding Trump’s inauguration.
Overall: 7 One problem was corrected, others unmasked.
Sanders also plans to focus on defending the Affordable Care Act and unmasking the horror that is Graham-Cassidy, not on his Medicare for All bill.
Cassini also captured incredible images of geysers spouting from the southern pole of the icy moon Enceladus, and unmasked a liquid ocean hidden beneath the moon's icy crust.
The House committee has not identified the Trump people who were unmasked.
Earlier this summer, Nunes led an effort to subpoena the FBI, CIA and NSA about Trump associates whose identities were allegedly unmasked during the presidential transition by Obama administration officials.
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First Known Use of unmask
Synonymsbare, disclose, discover, divulge, expose, let on (about), spill, tell, unbosom, uncloak, uncover, reveal, unveil
Antonymscloak, conceal, cover (up), enshroud, hide, mask, shroud, veil
Related Wordsconfide, share; debunk, show up; unclothe, undrape; advertise, announce, blaze, bring out, broadcast, declare, placard, post, proclaim, promulgate, publicize, publish, sound; betray, blab, give away, leak; inform, squeal, talk; communicate, impart, relate; acknowledge, admit, avow, concede, confess, own; disinter, rake up, smoke out, unearth
Near Antonymscamouflage, disguise; gild, gloss (over), varnish, whitewash; becloud, bedim, befog, cloud, darken, eclipse, obscure, overcast, overshadow, shade
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