Lexicon: revealed – revere

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revealed, verbal adj. [see reveal, v.]

Visible; obvious; conspicuous; open; observable; perceptible; unveiled; fully evident; [fig.] divine; sacred; sublime.

reveille, n. [Fr. réveiller, to awaken < re- + veiller < L. vigilāre, to keep watch.]


revel, v. [OFr reveler, to rebel, make noise.]

Make merry; take part in festivities.

revelation (-s, -'s), n. [OFr revelaciun or L. < revlāre, to unveil, reveal.] (webplay: himself; Apocalypse).

  1. Light; sight; vision; illumination; [fig.] reality; recognition; new knowledge.
  2. Enlightenment; spiritual insight; divine manifestation.
  3. Display; unfurling; [fig.] presentation of color and shape.
  4. Disclosure; unveiling; uncovering; [fig.] prophecy; declaration of truth.
  5. Deity; the presence of God; [fig.] poetry; creative inspiration.
  6. Vision; epiphany; true portrayal; complete understanding.
  7. Wisdom; holiness; spiritual knowledge; religious truth.
  8. Scripture; divine will; word of God; message written by the hand of the Lord (see Daniel 5:5).

Revelation (-s), proper n. [see revelation, n.] (webplay: old, prophets, truth).

  1. Apocalypse; [fig.] Bible; prophecies; scriptures; revealed word of God.
  2. Omega; last volume of the New Testament; book of visions recorded by John, the beloved disciple of Jesus (see Revelation 1:1); [fig.] the last days; end of life.
  3. Prologue; final chapter; [fig.] end; death; closure.

revelry, n. [see revel, v.]

  1. Burst of intense activity
  2. Celebration.

revenge, n. [Fr. revenger < re- + venger, venge.]

Return of an injury to achieve justice.

revenue (-s), n. [OFr < revenir, to return.]

Income; yield; profit.

reverberation, n. [OFr.]


revere (revering), v. [Fr. révérer or L. re- + verērī, to fear.]

Regard with fear mingled with respect and affection; venerate.