from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Permitting an elucidating glimpse or a perception of something intimate or concealed: a very revealing biography; a revealing gown.
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- adj. Of clothing: allowing to see more than is usual.
- v. Present participle of reveal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the speech act of making something evident
- adj. disclosing unintentionally
- adj. showing or making known
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This coming rests and moves freely within what we call revealing [das Entbergen].
Foodstuffs containing medicinal herbs already require a label revealing the country of origin, but this is the first time that the regulations will be expanded to cover herbal medicines used to treat a variety of health problems.
Aregbesola in a statement by his Director of Media, Mr Gbenga Fayemiwo, said Forty's death will not prevent the tendering of his findings which he described as revealing before the tribunal.
We don’t have all day, Tommy shouted, his arms crossed and his expression revealing that he was having fun.
Koloth acted as if the disruptor didn’t even exist, his expression revealing nothing.
How revealing is it that Brown decided the Bible did not make sense when he was supposedly blown off by a flippant, light-weight pastor?
The reason for saying Monday's fixture could be revealing is that some of Blackpool's early-season bravado may have gone, too.
It's likely these moves will have the opposite of their intended effect, again revealing how disconnected from the living, breathing world the self-perceptions of media behemoths can be.
This is very arrogant, and one reason we see huge women in revealing clothing totally inappropriate for them, and old ladies wearing outfits that make them look gender-nuetral.
Peter Wells does an impressive job in revealing perhaps a different world and way of life for the people of the Early Middle Ages.