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
The company has so far been unwilling to respond to administrative subpoenas the city has issued asking to unmask Expedia's anonymized data to reveal whether hosts have exceeded the 90-day cap on short-term rentals and other information.
Obama administration officials have described the requests to unmask some Americans’ identities as routine efforts to understand the travel and actions of foreign officials.
Archie chases him, having Black Hood flashbacks, and unmasks him.
Marshmello stands, unmasked, in a maroon sweatshirt and Off-White Nikes alongside his manager, marketing guru -- and dance executive of the year -- Moe Shalizi, who sports Louis Vuitton sandals and a collection of clinking gold chains.
The directive is intended to improve the efficiency of the unmasking request system and ensure compliance with privacy laws, according to a White House official who requested anonymity to discuss the new policy.
Indeed, stories unmasking the tricks of the trade have emerged since the infancy of unscripted television in its present form.
But the acronym, like almost every other investigative technique the bureau employed for more than a decade, did little to help unmask the Unabomber.
In it, anonymous extortionists mass-email large numbers of men, threatening to unmask their infidelities.
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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);
UNMASK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unmask for English Language Learners
: to reveal the true identity or nature of (someone or something)
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