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tr.v. un·cloaked, un·cloak·ing, un·cloaks
1. To remove a cloak or cover from.
2. To expose; reveal.


vb (tr)
1. to reveal
2. to remove a cloak from
vb (intr)
to remove a cloak



1. to remove the cloak from.
2. to reveal; expose.
3. to take off one's cloak.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.uncloak - reveal the true nature ofuncloak - reveal the true nature of; "The journal article unmasked the corrupt politician"
debunk, expose - expose while ridiculing; especially of pretentious or false claims and ideas; "The physicist debunked the psychic's claims"
2.uncloak - remove a cloak fromuncloak - remove a cloak from      
take off - remove clothes; "take off your shirt--it's very hot in here"
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Please join me in this conversation," notes Matt Jennings, editor of Middlebury Magazine in his brief editorial, "Uncloaked." Of course, I've heard that one before.
He highlights the importance of reflecting unabatedly on the intentionality of literacy activism within a particular cultural ecology and the necessity of revisiting how understandings of literacy need to be uncloaked so that the achievement ideology inherent in adaptive rhetorics--"to-each-her-own"--that oppresses learners continues to be subverted (p.
In addition, just as Ochshorn chides O'Connor's work for allegedly "uncloaked" violence, David Holbrook, on the basis of questionable scholarship and through confusing psychoanalysis, accuses the Chronicles of Narnia of being full of "disturbing material," sadism, hate, and fear --all springing from the author's loss of his mother at a young age, and all "cloaked" (to use a familiar term) by the books' inherent spirituality, which Holbrook later argues is destroyed by the continually deterministic reality of Narnia under Aslan's control.
This spec did not hog the limelight when Google had uncloaked the Nexus 6 but a closer look on the provided details would reveal that the phone can count on a powerful battery that dwarfs over the competition.
IT'S A SOURCE OF INNOVATION: If Microsoft hadn't entered the hardware business, it might not have been able to build the Surface tablet on its own, says Dean Takahashi, author of "Opening the Xbox" and "Xbox 360 Uncloaked." The company has also developed gesture- and voice-recognition technology with its Kinect sensor for Xbox.
As the scandal shows no sign of abating, and while we're still hunting around for the culprits who uncloaked our national shame, it has been noticeable that we're not overly keen to take our own share of the blame.
The NRA then would be uncloaked as just another palm-greasing lobbyist group without a membership.
(368) That the erotics of death do not appear uncloaked on this sexual stage does not, of course, mean that they are ungoverned by its rules, unprotected in its wings.