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un·veil·ing

 (ŭn-vā′lĭng)
n.
1. A formal or ceremonial removal of a covering, as from a new statue or exhibit.
2. A formal public revealing of a proposal or plan: the unveiling of the company's new retirement benefits package.

unveiling

(ʌnˈveɪlɪŋ)
n
1. a ceremony involving the removal of a veil at the formal presentation of a statue, monument, etc, for the first time
2. the presentation of something, esp for the first time

un•veil•ing

(ʌnˈveɪ lɪŋ)

n.
a ceremony in which a new statue, monument, tombstone, etc., is publicly or formally unveiled.
[1760–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.unveiling - putting on display for the first timeunveiling - putting on display for the first time; "he attended the unveiling of the statue"
presentation - the act of making something publicly available; presenting news or other information by broadcasting or printing it; "he prepared his presentation carefully in advance"
2.unveiling - the act of beginning something newunveiling - the act of beginning something new; "they looked forward to the debut of their new product line"
commencement, start, beginning - the act of starting something; "he was responsible for the beginning of negotiations"
induction - the act of bringing about something (especially at an early time); "the induction of an anesthetic state"
product introduction - the introduction (usually by an advertising campaign) of a new product or product line
ushering in - the introduction of something new; "it signalled the ushering in of a new era"
naturalisation, naturalization - the introduction of animals or plants to places where they flourish but are not indigenous
Translations

unveiling

[ʌnˈveɪlɪŋ] Ndescubrimiento m; (= ceremony) → inauguración f

unveiling

n (lit, fig)Enthüllung f; unveiling ceremonyEnthüllung f

unveiling

[ʌnˈveɪlɪŋ] n (ceremony) → scoprimento
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And, over each quivering form, The curtain, a funeral pall, Comes down with the rush of a storm, And the angels,all pallid and wan, Uprising, unveiling, affirm That the play is the tragedy, "Man," And its hero the Conqueror Worm.
In June 1880 he made his famous speech at the unveiling of the monument to Pushkin in Moscow and he was received with extraordinary demonstrations of love and honour.
But the night of the 4th of November arrived without the unveiling of this submarine mystery.
It was clearing, and over the tops of the trees clouds were swiftly sailing as if unveiling the stars.
I will spare your courtesy, Sir Knight,'' said Rowena with dignity, and without unveiling herself;
Ah," exclaimed d'Avrigny, in a voice in which the horror of a judge unveiling the truth was mingled with the delight of a student making a discovery.
But he persuaded her into a broken statement, beautiful to him, charged with extreme excitement as she spoke of the dark red fire, and the smoke twined round it, making him feel that he had stepped over the threshold into the faintly lit vastness of another mind, stirring with shapes, so large, so dim, unveiling themselves only in flashes, and moving away again into the darkness, engulfed by it.
Hundreds of guests gathered on the south lawn of the Texas Capitol on Saturday to mark the unveiling of the Texas African American History Memorial, which depicts more than four centuries of the black experience in the state.
During the unveiling on the LG G5 in February, the company unveiled an accessory called the 360 cam that takes 360 degree videos with two 13MP wide angle cameras.
During the ceremony, President Rouhani also ordered unveiling the Pasman Gor nuclear site in Anarak region in the Central province of Isfahan through video conferencing.
Churchill's relatives led by his grandson, Sir Nicholas Soames, and Jamie Blandford, the 12th Duke of Marlborough - whose father was a cousin of Sir Winston, filled the pews of St Martin's church for the unveiling of the window.
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