Definition of 'revelation'
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And sometimes what you have conveyed has appeared in next week's newspapers, hardly a revelation. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2004)Sarah subsided gingerly on to the sofa, waiting for she knew not quite what: the revelation of the threat. DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION (2004)Turning away, he tried to assess the impact of this revelation, feeding the information into the equation. AMAGANSETT (2004)
The two years I have spent writing this book have been a continuous revelation to me. RIDDLE ME THIS (2004)
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British English: revelation NOUN
A revelation is a surprising or interesting fact that is made known to people.
...the seemingly everlasting revelations about his private life.
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