Another word for reveal
To make known
disclose, divulge, tell, betray, betray a confidence, confess, confide, impart, publish, expose, lay bare, avow, admit, acknowledge, give utterance to, let out, give out, bring out, make public, leak, unfold, unveil, bring to light, communicate, announce, declare, inform, notify, utter, make plain, break the news, unbosom, broadcast, concede, come out with, explain, bring into the open, affirm, report, share, give away*, let the cat out of the bag*, blab*, talk*, spill*, spill the beans*, make a clean breast of*, put one's cards on the table*, let slip*, show one's true colors*, get out of one's system*, give the low-down*, blow the whistle*, let on*, open up*, spill one's guts*; see also inform 2, notify 1, tell 1.
reveal implies a making known of something hidden or secret, as if by drawing back a veil to reveal one's identity; disclose suggests a laying open, as to inspection, of what has previously been concealed she refuses to disclose her intentions; divulge suggests that what has been disclosed should properly have been kept secret or private do not divulge the contents of this letter; 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; betray implies either faithlessness in divulging something betrayed by an informer or inadvertence in revealing something a blush that betrayed his embarrassment
Another word for revealverb
To disclose in a breach of confidence:betray, blab, divulge, expose, give away, let out, tell, uncover, unveil. (Informal) spill. (Archaic) discover. Idioms: let slip, let the cat out of the bag, spill the beans, tell all. See show
To make visible; bring to view:bare, disclose, display, expose, show, unclothe, uncover, unmask, unveil. (Archaic) discover. Idioms: bring to light, lay open, make plain. See show
To make manifest or apparent:demonstrate, display, evidence, evince, exhibit, manifest, proclaim, show. See show