Definition of revelatory in English:

revelatory

Syllabification: re·vel·a·to·ry
Pronunciation: /ˈrevələˌtôrē
 
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adjective

Revealing something hitherto unknown: an invigorating and revelatory performance
More example sentences
  • In Asia, a wide array of sites offers unique and revelatory experiences for both curious visitors and devoted pilgrims.
  • At Zander a week later, the experience was revelatory in a different way.
  • It isn't the revelatory experience which was White Lilies Island.

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