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
Recent Examples of unmask from the Web
These factors simply unmask sleepiness that is already in the body.
Despite his decision to step aside Nunes previously sought to subpoena the CIA, FBI and NSA to probe the identities of Trump associates that were allegedly unmasked during the transition from the Obama administration to Trump.
This week, at last, one of these merry pranksters elected to unmask herself.
Brown’s alignment has a way of unmasking the defense.
Fugitive: Luis Mena -- The brutal rape and murder of a flight attendant goes unsolved for 8 years, until the perpetrator's terrified family flees to Mexico to unmask him for authorities.
Rice’s unmasking requests were likely within the law.
But Vanity Fair also published touchstone images (including Caitlyn Jenner’s first public photographs) and broke major news, not least in 2005, when the magazine unmasked the identity of the famed Watergate leaker Deep Throat.
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
bring to light, go public (with), let the cat out of the bag (about), spill the beans (about);
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