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Definition of "revelations" []

  • The last book of the New Testament, containing visionary descriptions of heaven, of conflicts between good and evil, and of the end of the world (noun)
  • Plural form of revelation. (noun)

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Use "revelations" in a sentence
  • "And while he was there, he began to receive what he called revelations, and he would keep them on this yellow legal pad."
  • ""The only sensible MoD response to these humiliating PowerPoint revelations is full and frank disclosure without delay," said Shami Chakrabarti, director of the civil rights group Liberty."
  • "Oh by the way, recent revelations from the Republican front seem to show that the united front of the Republican party with regard to health care legislation has nothing to do with health care and everything to do with trying to prevent Obama from accomplishing anything that might make the president look good."