Reveal and Suppress


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Reveal verb – To make known (as information previously kept secret).
Suppress is an antonym for reveal in topics: show, disclose.
Nearby Words: revealed, revealing
Antonyms for Reveal


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Suppress verb – To keep from being publicly known.
Usage example: the government tried to suppress the truth about that incident

Reveal is an antonym for suppress.
Nearby Words: suppression, suppressing, suppressor, suppressant
Antonyms for Suppress
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Common collocations

power reveal power suppress power
part reveal part suppress part
truth reveal truth suppress truth
status reveal status suppress status
Other nouns: nature, form, identity, information, magic, side, evidence, feelings, secrets, powers, enemies, abilities.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Hellboy YouTube: A constant pain in Manning's ass, since, before the reveal, people first take money from him to suppress the video, then post it on YouTube anyway.
  • Series / That '70s Show Corpsing: In Leo Loves Kitty, Debra Jo Rupp can't suppress a giggle when Kurtwood Smith says "You've got a date for the Stoners' Ball." Also in Career Day, Laura Prepon can barely keep it together when Don Stark takes off his top hat to reveal his afro has deformed from a serious case of hat hair.
  • However, some of them can mask their aura to appear far weaker than they are (Riful) or even completely suppress it so only direct contact with their body will reveal that they are anything other than human (Priscilla).
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