disclosure, discovery, announcement, admission, confession, divulgement, betrayal, telling, showing, publication, exposure, exposÃ©, bombshell.
Antonyms secrecy*, hiding, refusal to tell.
The act of revealing divine truth
prophecy, vision, apocalypse, inspiration, sign, foreshadowing, shadowing forth, adumbration, oracle, divine manifestation; see also divination.
Divine truth revealed
divine word, God's word, apocalypse, cabala; see doctrine 1, faith 2.
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Something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized:
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