Examples of unveil in a Sentence
The developer unveiled plans for a new housing complex.
The company will unveil its newest product today.
Recent Examples of unveil from the Web
Up concept unveiled by Airbus and Italdesign one year ago.
Those numbers are a far cry from the 3,825 projects unveiled in 2015 and 2,100 in 2014.
The bill now being considered in Congress, unveiled last month, includes pretty much everything the groups were seeking.
But Kroger officials reminded analysts that lowering its profit margin was part of its plan to compete against Amazon unveiled in fall.
In signing the tariffs, Mr. Trump is carrying out one of his core campaign promises, first unveiled in Pennsylvania steel country in June 2016.
Rice's recent strategic plan, unveiled last month, detailed what the university sees as a challenging moment for higher education as a sector.
Statesville will be headquarters to a new community bank under a plan unveiled this week.
But Russians will be able to watch the ceremony live online as Kinopoisk, the Russian equivalent of IMDb, will live stream it under a deal unveiled just before the weekend.
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First Known Use of unveil
bring to light, go public (with), let the cat out of the bag (about), spill the beans (about);
UNVEIL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unveil for English Language Learners
: to show or reveal (something) to others for the first time
: to remove a cover from (something) so that people can see it
UNVEIL Defined for Kids
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