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Spell check of revelation

Correct spelling: revelation

proclamation, gospel, divulging, appearance, archangel, expression, advertisement, EXPOS, materialization, sign, realization, Book of Revelations, blast, unraveling, issuance, hunch, angelic, demonstration, discovery, showing, portent, amusement, presentation, unmasking, breakthrough, embodiment, inspiration, manifestation, affront, vision, crowd pleaser, emergence, absolution, proof, exhibition, espial, foretaste, bless, omen, blow, augury, faith, exposure, boding, display, unfolding, symptom, angel, blaspheme, blessing, apotheosis, acquisition, apparition, speculation, uncover, enthusiasm, foreshadowing, telling, publication, announcement, expose, staging, premonition, blasphemous, change, scandal, forecast, epiphany, discernibility, broadcasting, revealing, admission, apocalypse, detection, activity, show, enjoyment, eye opener, delight, reveal, testimony, bare, recognition, confession, surprise, oracle, incarnation, blasphemy, disclose, zinger, determination, betrayal, declaration, prophecy, divination, identification, strip away, communication, deduction, revealment, disclosure, strip, assertion, throw back, solution, shock, envisioning, hiding, binge, divulgence, prediction, article of faith, dissemination, escapism, doctrine, secrecy, unwrap, evidence, coming.

concealment, mystery, cloudiness, hiding, veiling, cover-up, obscuration, shrouding, cloud.

Examples of usage:

1) They had been a preparation for the revelation that had come upon her of the false ideals which modern society gives women. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) The next heat, however, was a shock, a surprise and a revelation. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) They should be told only by persons who have nothing to fear from self- revelation. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.