Examples of unveil in a Sentence
The developer unveiled plans for a new housing complex.
The company will unveil its newest product today.
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A proposal will be unveiled Tuesday night for an area of Huntsville perhaps most lacking in private developments.
The history of the statue in my hometown, unveiled on May 14, 1917, indicates such myth-making was already prevalent when it was dedicated a century ago.
At least one more Rancho Bernardo Pathway of Pride plaque is needed before the new additions are unveiled. Pathway Chairman Dave Brooks said a record number of plaques (in recent years) have been purchased, with 15 reserved as of Tuesday.
Fueled by that show of support and an MLS expansion bid that seems to be gaining momentum, investor John Ingram and his colleagues on Monday evening unveiled their initial plans for the sport’s permanent home in the Music City.
TCA kicks off, Venice unveils its slate, and Hollywood says farewell to an animation pioneer.
NEAR the village of Affile, on a picturesque hillside east of Rome, stands a monument, unveiled in 2012 and built with public funds, to Rodolfo Graziani, one of Mussolini’s most brilliant generals.
The budget plan unveiled Tuesday is crucial because its passage would pave the way to pass a tax overhaul this fall without the fear of a filibuster by Senate Democrats.
Hood unveiled the concept 3 years ago, but a pilot study attempting to back it up has only now appeared.
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First Known Use of unveil
Synonymsbare, disclose, discover, divulge, expose, let on (about), spill, tell, unbosom, uncloak, uncover, unmask, reveal
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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