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unrevealed

Line breaks: un|re¦vealed
Pronunciation: /ʌnrɪˈviːld
 
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Definition of unrevealed in English:

adjective

Not revealed; secret: some feelings can run so deep that they are better left unrevealed
More example sentences
  • That's a reminder of just how much of the conservative lobbyist's enthralling secret world remains unrevealed, despite all the national coverage to date.
  • First, the novel makes the reader privy to all the secret plotting and machinations, so that the tension of the plot cannot hinge on unrevealed secrets or hidden motives and actions.
  • There was nothing that either of them didn't know about each other, there was no thought left untold, no secret left unrevealed.

Derivatives

unrevealing

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adjective
Example sentences
  • It had never been a thought that occurred to me while watching her deliver direct to camera in her flak jacket, but after reading this studiedly unrevealing memoir I felt engulfed by a wave of sympathy for her.
  • There were reasons for being so dry and unrevealing.
  • He was fun to be with but unrevealing about his art.

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