unfoiled

unfoiled

(ʌnˈfɔɪld)
adj
not thwarted
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Now it's down to the jacket potatoes we've just unfoiled. "Do you think," asked Julie during one hotel break, "Joe will have a party while we're away?" There you go.
After first heartlessly rejoicing that the fateful oracle has been proved wrong--"[it's] dead as he [Polybus] himself is, / and worthless" (972-73)--Oedipus laments that he nonetheless still has cause to fear his mother, Merope's "bed," for that second part of the prophecy remains unfoiled. Hearing these details of the old oracle and of Oedipus's reasons for staying away from Corinth, the messenger seeks "to earn" his potential new monarch's "thanks" by releasing him from these baseless fears (1006).
The mobile application for iPhone and Droid users, "Klondike Unfoiled," challenges fans to unwrap a digital Klondike bar as quickly as possible.