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let the cat out of the bag to reveal a secret.
open to expose to view; reveal. [1/27 definitions]
private tending not to reveal personal information or feelings. [1/11 definitions]
prophesy to foretell or reveal, esp. under divine inspiration. [2/5 definitions]
pump1 to try persistently or subtly to get (someone) to reveal information, gossip, or the like. [1/12 definitions]
redingote a woman's full-length dress or coat, usu. belted and open in front to reveal a dress or petticoat underneath.
revealable combined form of reveal.
revers a folding back of a garment to reveal the facing or lining, as of a lapel. [1/2 definitions]
scratchboard a piece of cardboard that is covered with hard white clay or chalk and coated with ink, upon which line drawings can be made by scratching the ink to reveal the glossy white surface.
sgraffito a technique of decorating ceramics or the like by cutting through a glaze or other surface later to reveal a ground of a different color. [1/3 definitions]
show to demonstrate or reveal. [1/15 definitions]
smoke out to detect and force to become public; reveal. [1/2 definitions]
spill1 (informal) to reveal or divulge (a secret or the like). [1/9 definitions]
stamp to reveal a quality of (someone); characterize. [1/15 definitions]
tattle to reveal secrets of or disclose information about another person, usu. out of malice; inform against another. [2/3 definitions]
tattletale a person who informs against or reveal secrets of another, esp. among children; telltale.
telegraph (informal) to unintentionally reveal or indicate (one's plans or future moves). [1/4 definitions]
tell to reveal a secret or private matter. [1/9 definitions]
truth serum a drug that makes a subject talkative or open to suggestion and perhaps likely to reveal consciously or unconsciously withheld information, used by police or military interrogators and some psychotherapists.
uncloak to expose, unmask, or reveal. [1/2 definitions]
uncover to expose or disclose; reveal. [1/3 definitions]