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

Definition of unveiled

: not veiled : open, revealed

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After the militants’ defeat, city residents reveled in the return of things the terror group prohibited, including smoking and women’s freedom to go unveiled. Raja Abdulrahim, WSJ, "In a Coo Few People Want, Raqqa’s Pigeons Return," 29 Oct. 2018 The worst kept smartphone secret of the year has finally and mercifully been unveiled, and to no one's surprise... there aren't many surprises. Michael Simon, PCWorld, "The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a better S Pen, smarter camera, and astronomical price," 9 Aug. 2018 Those two elements converged in the latest production, unveiled Wednesday night before Game 3 of the conference finals, Vegas’s first home game of the series. Ben Shpigel, New York Times, "Don’t Arrive Late to the Game. You’ll Miss the Show.," 17 May 2018 Online VR forums, meanwhile, have seen a number of potential users question whether the yet-to-be-unveiled Rapture equipment can live up to its lofty specs. Eric Kester, Popular Mechanics, "What Virtual Reality Needs Now Is This Immersive Playground With Wind Machines and Smoke," 10 May 2016 Only elite women adopted the unveiled and mixed-gender socializing that the kings, queens, and courtiers were trying to popularize. Rafia Zakaria, The New Republic, "Driving Toward Change," 23 June 2018 Some of Abd al-Hamid’s cultural projects proved controversial with the Sadrists, such as the participation of unveiled women in theater productions. Benedict Robin, Washington Post, "Why everyone failed to predict the leftist-Islamist alliance that won Iraq’s 2018 elections," 7 June 2018 By the first round of this year’s playoffs, Capela’s game — running the floor, screening, rolling off the pick, hitting high-percentage shots, rebounding, protecting the rim — was unveiled to a national-television audience. Bruce Jenkins, San Francisco Chronicle, "Warriors-Rockets matchup to watch: Draymond Green-Clint Capela," 11 May 2018 The bipartisan bill, unveiled Wednesday night by a group of 16 senators, would have provided a pathway to citizenship for more than 2 million DREAMers. Eliza Collins And Deirdre Shesgreen, USA TODAY, "Senate blocks Trump-backed immigration plan and everything else on the table," 15 Feb. 2018

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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