reveal

reveal
v
1. make known, disclose, divulge, bring out, bring out into the open, bring to light; tell, impart, inform, Inf. tip off, relate, utter, declare, state, Archaic. discover, break the news; release, report, publish, Archaic. divulgate, print; advertise, broadcast, proclaim, announce, herald, trumpet; vociferate, voice, give mouth or voice to, air, vent, ventilate, communicate, let be known; disbosom, disembosom, get [s.t.] off one's chest, make a clean breast of [s.t.] unburden oneself, confess, Sl. fess up, own up, admit, acknowledge; blurt out, blab, leak, give away, Inf. let out, let slip, let the cat out of the bag, spill the beans, Sl. blow the lid off; tell everything, Inf. give away the whole show, tell all or all one knows, Sl. spill one's guts, Sl. open up; betray, Inf. blow the whistle on, Sl. pull the plug on, Inf. pull the rug out from underneath [s.o.]; tattle, tattletale, tell or inform on, All Sl. squeal, squeak, rat, fink, stool, peach.
2. lay open, display, exhibit, Inf. lay one's cards on the table, tip or show one's hand, show, indicate, point out, make manifest; expose, uncover, bare, take the wraps off, unveil, unmask, show up, show one's true colors, come out of the closet, Inf. come out; discover, decry, detect, find, uncover, unearth, exhume, dig up, smoke out.
n
3. revelation, disclosure, revealment. See revelation(def.
1.).

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