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Spell check of unveil

Correct spelling: unveil

release, let on, unsheathe, spill, uncloak, convince, make known, unbosom, reveal, lay out, announce, flourish, put out, bring forward, flash, lecture, parade, divulge, publish, display, introduce, give, show off, give away, declare, chair, manifest, indicate, strut, discover, flaunt, demonstrate, get out, inaugurate, show, betray, illustrate, disport, unmask, exhibit, inform, issue, unwrap, pronounce, commemorate, address, bring on, orate, render, produce, unclothe, tell, set off, deliver, expose, break, let out, proclaim, notify, bare, sport, blab, bring out, present, evince, uncover, disclose.

conceal, cover, gloss, befog, occult, enshroud, cloud, veil, overcast, bedim, occlude, curtain, whitewash, disguise, obscure, darken, eclipse, shroud, cloak, mask, varnish, gild, overshadow, becloud, shade, hide, camouflage.

Examples of usage:

1) Not until we have passed the hotel and got out to the cliff paths does the surprising interest of the scenery begin to unveil itself, and the orderly sanity of the fields, which vexed our eager souls, is forgotten. - "Cornwall", G. E. Mitton.

2) And now, bidding adieu to the shades of the grand old Transylvania Medical Department, conjured from the past by one now numbered with them, may the earnest wish be permitted with hope of realization, that some other hand with cunning in such craft will unveil to us the portraits of that bygone throng of brilliant men which constituted and which were the exponents of the honored Transylvania Law School. - "The History of the Medical Department of Transylvania University", Robert Peter.

3) The attack upon him culminated in April, 1883, when his selection to unveil the statue of Lord Beaconsfield seemed to indicate that he was to be the future premier whenever the Conservatives might come to power. - "The Government of England (Vol. I)", A. Lawrence Lowell.