[ US /ənˈkəvɝɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkˈʌvəɹɪŋ/ ]
  1. the removal of covering
  2. the act of discovering something
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How To Use uncovering In A Sentence

  • Nelly burbles about ‘not wanting to hide behind metaphor ‘and uncovering her ‘wiser self‘.
  • The work of art is true by virtue of uncovering or bringing out of concealment.
  • Lehrer and Sloan are founders of EarSay, an artist-driven non-profit arts organization dedicated to uncovering and portraying stories of the uncelebrated. Anthony Papa: Eugene Hütz of Gogol Bordello Featured in Animation, Globalization, by EarSay
  • I have tried to preserve the natural rhythm of the Latin text, while still uncovering some type of motivic repetition. Introits for Treble Choir
  • Single-molecule biophysics is slowly revolutionizing cell biology by uncovering important information regarding protein function that cannot be obtained from standard bulk experiments.
  • Vintage woodworking machinery trade catalogs have proved invaluable in uncovering the history of some of these companies.
  • The Daily Beast obtained the script of the first episode, uncovering some reasons why the family would want what they called a skewed version of events to be kept off television. Breast Fondling, JFK's Affairs In Dropped 'The Kennedys' Miniseries
  • As they dig amid the rubble, recovery workers are uncovering corridors and gangways that lead to the cavernous vaults below.
  • The excavation explored the 60th anniversary of the end of the second world war by uncovering a former Georgian terrace bombed in the blitz.
  • Last week, we were asked to take part in a German documentary uncovering some of the most recent research into moles on your skin. The Sun
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