Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. révélation, L. revelatio,. See Reveal
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr.,—L. revelatio—revelāre, to reveal.
The feast was ended, and the revel was about to begin.
"The Mummy and Miss Nitocris" by George Griffith
Revel was formerly an unimportant place, and the inhabitants wished to make it famous by building a church.
"The Hero of Esthonia and Other Studies in the Romantic Literature of That Country" by William Forsell Kirby
There, in the solemn hush of her room, Rose's thoughtless words came back to her like a revelation.
"Kate Danton, or, Captain Danton's Daughters" by May Agnes Fleming
In proportion to the amount of divine revelation they had, and their obedience to it, they prospered.
"Fables of Infidelity and Facts of Faith" by Robert Patterson
The need of a revelation had its starting-point in philosophy here.
"History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)" by Adolph Harnack
You must read the "Revelations;" it is all explained.
"Tancred" by Benjamin Disraeli
The revelations of the past, the sorrows of the present, were too much for her to bear, and she died.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 97, November, 1865" by Various
I want you to revel in this happy time, this splendid, innocent, golden time.
"The Call of the Blood" by Robert Smythe Hichens
The Old Testament contains the first revelations of God; the New Testament, the last revelations.
"The Necessity of Atheism" by Dr. D.M. Brooks
All words seemed vain and sacrilegious after this sublimest language of revelation.
"Ernest Linwood" by Caroline Lee Hentz
"But late the lord of many lands,
And now a grave is all:
My blood is warm upon his hands
Who revels in my hall.
"Night Scenes Of Other Times" by Joanna Baillie
At night he holds his revels
Just as a king might do–
But the ghostly mirth is silent,
The harp-song silent too!
"The King of Ireland's Cairn" by Anna Johnston MacManus
The feasts and revels of the year
Do ghosts remember long?
Even in memory come they here?
Listen, my Sailor's Song:
"Christmas Comes Again" by Elizabeth Drew Barstow Stoddard
Dost deem the eternity to come
The secret will disclose at last
Whereunto an eternal past
Held lips to revelation dumb?
"The Testimony of the Suns" by George Sterling
Then the moon, in all her pride,
Like a spirit glorified,
Filled and overflowed the night
With revelations of her light.
"Daylight And Moonlight. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The First)" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
To your prisons below,
Down you must go.
In hollow rocks your revels make,
Nor 'till I call your trembling dens forsake.
"Your Awful Voice" by Thomas Shadwell
It's a revelation, says Kenneth Baker.
The residents of a small town hole up in a diner while the world outside starts looking like the Book of Revelation in this new comedy from Cor Res Theatre.
Kill for Love, the Portland quartet's fourth full-length, is a revelation for its ability to wrap pop hooks in a cloak of detached melancholy.
It's no revelation that Oregon State has been wildly inconsistent this season at almost every position.
From trivial matters to border tension with Hugo Chávez, Cablegate was a mixed bag of revelations for Colombians.
Beyonce on stage at Ovation Hall for Revel's premiere.
The revelation comes as Wikimedia is staging a fundraising drive.
Revelations from criminal proceedings against Andy Coulson (L) and Rebekah Brooks may make David Cameron vulnerable ahead of general elections in 2015.
Pamplona, Spain, has the running of the bulls, while Los Alamitos revels in its own tradition: the running of the dachshunds.
Thank you for the Gazette's July 13 issue, which is a "keeper" because of the stunning revelations made by Oklahoma City Councilman Ed Shadid, Ward 2, about behind-the-scenes shenanigans going on at City Hall.
They seem to revel in the sheer limitless possibilities of color and shape.
Anderson Cooper's Revelation: Will It Help Ratings.
Unrepentant and seemingly unconcerned, Lance Armstrong was going about his business as usual on Thursday as the cycling world was left reeling by the revelations about his alleged role as a doping ringleader.
'The Truth About Hillary': Many a Dubious Revelation.
Katrinella's marinara sauce a revelation.
This corresponds to approximating the revelation process by a Poissonian random branching process.
A General Formalism for Inhomogeneous Random Graphs
Thus, the revelation of such a component can be described as a branching process, with properties depending on the speciﬁc model considered.
Random Graph Models with Hidden Color
However it could be a useful start to revelations in that context.
A Sketch for a Quantum Theory of Gravitity
N )]/2/[N (3 − δt,0)] has been obtained noticing that the revelant variable is approximatively given by t + p = n.
The influence of memory in deterministic walks in random media: analytical calculation within a mean field approximation
In practice, however, the assumptions underlying the revelation principle often fail: other equilibria may exist besides the truthful one, or computational limitations may interfere.
Simplicity-Expressiveness Tradeoffs in Mechanism Design