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Another word for reveal

  1. To disclose in a breach of confidence

  2. To make visible; bring to view

  3. To make manifest or apparent

      1. To cause or allow to be seen; display:
      2. To display for sale, in exhibition, or in competition:
      3. To permit access to (a house, for example) when offering for sale or rent.
      1. To announce officially and publicly; declare:
      2. To state emphatically or authoritatively; affirm:
      3. To indicate conspicuously; make plain:
      1. Clearly apparent to the sight or understanding; obvious.
      2. To show or demonstrate plainly; reveal:
      3. To record in a ship's manifest.
      1. To show outwardly; display:
      2. To present for others to see:
      3. To present in a public exhibition or contest:
      1. To show or demonstrate clearly; manifest:
      1. A thing or set of things helpful in forming a conclusion or judgment:
      2. Something indicative; an indication or set of indications:
      3. The means by which an allegation may be proven, such as oral testimony, documents, or physical objects.
      1. To present to view; cause to be seen.
      2. To exhibit ostentatiously; show off:
      3. To show (images or information) on a screen.
      1. To show clearly and deliberately; manifest:
      2. To show to be true by reasoning or adducing evidence; prove:
      3. To present by experiments, examples, or practical application; explain and illustrate:
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Another word for reveal

  1. To make known

  2. To expose

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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