un·​veiled | \ ˌən-ˈvāld How to pronounce unveiled (audio) \

Definition of unveiled

: not veiled : open, revealed

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When the team was unveiled, USATF clearly had not followed its own announced criteria. oregonlive.com, "On USATF bumbling, next week’s outdoor championships and the Stumptown Twilight: Oregon track & field rundown," 20 July 2019 Instead of hitting his Instagram direct messages (like when his Design Build Firm was unveiled), house flippers can contact flippercasting@pietown.tv. Selena Barrientos, House Beautiful, "HGTV Star Tarek El Moussa Hints About a New House-Flipping Show," 2 July 2019 The just-unveiled collection includes chairs, sofas, sectionals, and ottomans. Emma Bazilian, House Beautiful, "Interior Define and Jason Wu Just Launched a Brand New Furniture Collection," 27 June 2019 The Skywatch mobile surveillance tower – which can climb up to 30 feet high and provide a 360-degree view - was unveiled Wednesday by Mayor Scott McBrayer and Police Chief Tim Ross. Carol Robinson | Crobinson@al.com, al.com, "Homewood police deploy ‘eye in the sky’ to help fight crime," 26 June 2019 Albright’s statue was unveiled Wednesday last week. Una Hajdari, The New Republic, "The Clinton Administration Did Not Fix the Balkans," 21 June 2019 Luka Jovic has pledged to fight for his place at Real Madrid after the Serbia striker was unveiled to his new fans at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday. Thomas Allnutt, chicagotribune.com, "'I am the happiest kid in the world': Real Madrid introduce new striker Jovic," 12 June 2019 After glimpsing the unveiled face of the sultan’s daughter, called Badr al-Budur (not Jasmine) in the story, Aladdin pursues her by lavishing presents on her father. National Geographic, "Top ten things you didn't know about Aladdin," 23 May 2019 Until now, little else has been revealed about the movie (affectionally dubbed by LGBTQ+ fans as Charlie’s Gayngels), but the first proper glimpse of what to expect has finally been unveiled on Instagram by Entertainment Weekly. Lucy Wood, Marie Claire, "Your First Glimpse of the Charlie's Angels Reboot Looks Suitably Awesome," 12 Apr. 2019

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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