revealingly


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re·veal·ing

 (rĭ-vē′lĭng)
adj.
1. Providing knowledge, as about a person's life, that was previously unknown or considered intimate: a revealing biography.
2. Exposing more body skin to view than usual: a revealing gown.

re·veal′ing·ly adv.
Translations

revealingly

[rɪˈviːlɪŋlɪ] ADVde modo revelador

revealingly

[rɪˈviːlɪŋli] advd'une manière révélatrice

revealingly

adv saybezeichnenderweise; he revealingly remarked that he’d never read the book in questioner bemerkte, und das sagt schon einiges, dass er das fragliche Buch nie gelesen habe; revealingly, 60 per cent of purchasers are womenes ist sehr aufschlussreich or es lässt tief blicken, dass 60 Prozent der Käufer Frauen sind
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Truly, though this girl did not yet mean quite that, nevertheless she meant much to him--more, now, than ever, as he rode beside her, glancing at her as often as he dared, she in her corduroy riding-habit, so bravely manlike, yet so essentially and revealingly woman, smiling, laughing, talking, her eyes sparkling, the flush of a day of sun and summer breeze warm in her cheeks.
Her original stories, dolloped with characters reminiscent of those from her childhood, telling of domestic shenanigans and outings gone revealingly awry are written with meticulous timing.
We knew about his struggles with mental health issues while here, revealingly, he spoke about his late parents: "Dad was very serious and secretive and could be very harsh in the punishments he gave out.
More revealingly, coverage on BT Sport, which currently shares broadcasting rights, did not even make the top 20 non-terrestrial programmes.
Elsewhere, Dean has written a poem, revealingly titled: "I hate you Lee (you're dead to me)."
The stories he gathers in Credit and Blame range from the everyday to the altogether unexpected, from the revealingly personal to the insightfully humorous -- whether it's the gushing acceptance speech of an Academy Award winner or testimony before a congressional panel, accusations hurled in a lover's quarrel or those traded by nations in a post-9/11 crisis, or a job promotion or the Nobel Prize.
May fought back for her authority in the interview section and Paxman proved revealingly ineffective.
My first perception was that she had never written anything so raw, so sustained, so revealingly personal before."
More revealingly, they have shown that, for some men, wealth is psychologically equated with power, and even the permission to get what and whom they want, whenever they want them.
Yet revealingly, none of these columns mention those Jews who perhaps most obviously embody the situation intersectionality was designed to tackle.
The town's importance stems from its high location above ground, thus revealingly overlooking nearby cities and towns.
Revealingly, the Spaniard told of his love for the Premier League, which he believes is the most entertaining to watch in world football, the report added.