Reveal synonyms

rĭ-vēl'
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To give character to; be the formative principle of
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To reveal or make visible by or as by removing a veil or covering from; disclose
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To deliver into the hands of an enemy by treachery or fraud, in violation of trust; to give up treacherously or faithlessly; as, an officer betrayed the city.
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To bring into view; uncover
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(Intransitive) To have an effect, especially a noticeable one; to be apparent, to be demonstrated.
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To permit to enter or use; let in
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(Chiefly UK) To make a shy person more confident.
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To give the meaning or interpretation of; expound
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To relate or tell, especially from personal experience:
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To drive or draw from the earth.
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To prove; be evidence of
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To divulge is defined as to disclose information or share private information.
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To give a part or share.
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(Idiomatic) To expose or disclose something that was hidden or unknown.
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To make known
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(Eccles.) To tell (one's sins) to God, esp. in public worship service or in private
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(Intransitive) To take (someone) into one's confidence, to speak in secret with. (+ in)
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(Figuratively) To expose to view, reveal, uncover.
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To avow is defined as to make it known or to admit to it.
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To admit the knowledge of; to recognize as a fact or truth; to declare one's belief in; as, to acknowledge the being of a god.
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To make known
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To allow fluid to escape or enter something that should be sealed.
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To give or exchange information, signals, or messages in any way, as by talk, gestures, or writing
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To pronounce; to declare by judicial sentence.
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To say positively or emphatically
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To give (someone) notice of (something).
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To make speech sounds which may or may not have an actual language involved
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To make known
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To inform someone of something first, usually used when it will be difficult to tell the person.
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To make known
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To say positively; declare firmly; assert to be true
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To give part of what one has to somebody else to use or consume.
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To formally hand over a bride to the bridegroom; often by her father.
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To reveal (secret matters), especially through indiscreet or unreserved talk.
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To communicate, usually by means of speech.
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To cause or allow (wind) to be lost from a sail.
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) To reveal a secret; to disclose.
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(Idiomatic) To reveal one's true intentions, beliefs, feelings, or other previously concealed facts about one's situation; to speak frankly.
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(Idiomatic) To divulge a secret, as by accident or mistake.
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(Idiomatic) To reveal how one really is, as opposed to how one has been portrayed or after having been deceptively and deliberately misleading.
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Disclosure is defined as the act of revealing or something that is revealed.
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To display or show (something) for others to see, especially at an exhibition or contest.
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To reveal the identity of
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To remove the wrapping or wrappings from or become unwrapped.
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Hide is defined as to conceal something, oneself, or others.
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To provide evidence for, or suggest the truth of.
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To acknowledge or admit (defeat).
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To reveal one's thoughts or feelings.
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To make known over a wide area:
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To make known
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To make known
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Blow the whistle means to show a wrong doing.
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(Idiomatic) to reveal, disclose, or divulge
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(Intransitive) To reveal oneself; to become communicative.
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(Slang, idiomatic) To vomit.
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(Slang) To make an appearance; show up:
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Having the character of a religious epiphany
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Helping to discover or learn; specif., designating a method of education or of computer programming in which the pupil or machine proceeds along empirical lines, using rules of thumb, to find solutions or answers
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Of clothing: allowing to see more than is usual.
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Of, relating to, or containing a revelation:
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The definition of an apocalypse is an event that causes a tremendous amount of damage, perhaps even so much damage that the world ends.
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Something that is divulged.
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A revelatory manifestation of a divine being.
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The act of revealing something; revelation.
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A manifestation of a deity to a man.
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(UK, slang) Very; significantly.
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To read or interpret (ambiguous, obscure, or illegible matter).
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To acquire something usually over a period of time.
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To relieve (a pack animal, for example) of a burden.
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To discover is defined as to learn something new, become aware of something or to find something, especially if you are the first to locate it.
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To bring out, as from a grave or hiding place; to bring from obscurity into view.
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To be or give evidence of; manifest or reveal:
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To show plainly; indicate; make manifest; esp., to show that one has (a specified quality, feeling, etc.)
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To dig out of the ground; to take out of a place of burial; to disinter.
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To move apart or unfold so that the inner parts are displayed; spread out:
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To announce officially and publicly; declare:
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To write books, scholarly papers, etc. that are published
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To disclose the true nature of; expose; reveal
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To hide something from view or from public knowledge, to try to keep something secret.
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To put down by force; subdue; quell; crush
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To record or perform a cover of
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To strip of or as of clothes; uncover; divest
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To exchange for smaller monetary units:
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To send forth, emit; to cause to be sent forth.
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To make known
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To make known
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The act of manifesting.
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Squeal is to make a high-pitched scream.
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Synonym Study

  • Betray implies either faithlessness in divulging something betrayed by an informer or inadvertence in revealing something a blush that betrayed his embarrassment
  • Tell may also imply a breach of confidence kiss and tell, but more commonly suggests the making known of necessary or requested information tell me what to do
  • Divulge suggests that what has been disclosed should properly have been kept secret or private do not divulge the contents of this letter
  • Disclose suggests a laying open, as to inspection, of what has previously been concealed she refuses to disclose her intentions
  • Reveal implies a making known of something hidden or secret, as if by drawing back a veil to reveal one's identity
Find another word for reveal. In this page you can discover 104 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for reveal, like: inform, unveil, betray, tell-all, expose, disclose, tell, admit, bring out, explain and report.