Definition of unmask in English:

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unmask

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmɑːsk/

verb

[with object]
Expose the true character of or hidden truth about: the trial unmasked him as a complete charlatan
More example sentences
  • Now astrophysicists began to unmask the true character of the universe.
  • Kashmir Herald is an attempt by Kashmiri Hindus to unmask the truths behind the mayhem perpetrated in the name of religion in the State of Jammu & Kashmir in India.
  • Once the issues are fully exposed, the other half of me is going to drop a metaphorical barrel on the debate, allowing me to finally unmask the truth.

Derivatives

unmasker

noun
Example sentences
  • We are happy to report that there is no evidence to connect Howard, unmasker of CNN evil, with Rupert Murdoch.
  • Heaven knows, even unmaskers may have their blind spots, and appearances may be seductively illusory.
  • All are ready to play roles in Eisenheim's game: to be his accomplice, his stooge, his unmasker, his ruin.

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