Definition of uncloak in English:

uncloak

Syllabification: un·cloak
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈklōk
 
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verb

[with object] literary
Uncover; reveal.
More example sentences
  • There's the teacher in charge of the debating team, who's as desperate to uncloak Justin's potential as he is to guide other promising students into success.
  • She can't wait to free and uncloak herself more in her singing.
  • I suppose if an angel was extremely strong, they could use the energy in their place of birth to uncloak themselves, but I have no support for these wild flights of fancy.

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