When you take the cover off of a painting, showing it to the public for the very first time, this is an example of a time when you unveil the painting.
verbun·veiled, un·veil·ing, un·veils
- To remove a veil or covering from.
- To disclose; reveal.
- To take off one's veil.
- To reveal oneself.
(third-person singular simple present unveils, present participle unveiling, simple past and past participle unveiled)
- (intransitive) To remove a veil; to reveal one's self.
un- +"Ž veil
- In February, designers unveil their upcoming fall collections, while in September they showcase what is on tap for the following spring.
- While most vintage and antique replica watchmakers are hard to find by name, a quick keyword search on the Internet will unveil exactly where you can find the exact replica you are looking for.
- Since 1853, Tissot has steadily upped the ante in horology engineering by being first to unveil important milestones in the industry.
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- Banks' decision to unveil her never-before-seen real hair was part publicity stunt and part public service announcement.