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unconcealed

(ˌʌnkənˈsiːld)
adj
(of feelings, attitudes, etc) not hidden or concealed; open
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unconcealed - not concealed or hiddenunconcealed - not concealed or hidden; "her unconcealed hostility poisoned the atmosphere"; "watched with unconcealed curiosity"
overt, open - open and observable; not secret or hidden; "an overt lie"; "overt hostility"; "overt intelligence gathering"; "open ballots"
concealed - hidden on any grounds for any motive; "a concealed weapon"; "a concealed compartment in his briefcase"
Translations

unconcealed

[ˈʌnkənˈsiːld] ADJevidente, no disimulado
with unconcealed gleecon abierta satisfacción

unconcealed

[ˌʌnkənˈsiːld] adj [anger, dislike, pleasure, curiosity] → non dissimulé(e)

unconcealed

adj joy, delight etcoffen, unverhüllt; hatred, distaste, anger, satisfaction etc alsounverhohlen

unconcealed

[ˌʌnkənˈsiːld] adjnon dissimulato/a
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Said writes that in the process of working on the book he has discovered a profoundly disturbing truth, namely "how very few of the British or French artists whom I admire took issue with the notion of subject, or `inferior' races so prevalent among officials who practised those ideas as a matter of course in ruling India or Algeria..." Estimable and admirable works of art and learning were manifestly and unconcealedly implicated in the imperial process.(6) Writers, who should have been a conscience of the culture, were but a sophisticated echo of its base prejudices.
[T]he challenge is to connect them not only with that pleasure and profit but also with the imperial process of which they were manifestly and unconcealedly a part; rather than condemning or ignoring their participation in what was an unquestioned reality in their societies, I suggest that what we learn about this hitherto ignored aspect actually and truly enhances our reading and understanding of them" (xiv).