- n.[宗]天启，启示; 揭发，暴露; 被揭露出来的事物; 意外的发现;
- 复数: revelations;
I was shocked, brought down to earth by this revelation.
The noise, the buildings, the people, came as a revelation.
For this revelation he was struck blind by the goddess Hera.
Whatever is hidden is harmful (hence revelation equals security).
Degas's work had been a revelation to her.
Her face was a revelation of age and dissipation.
The whole system was based on divine revelation in the Scriptures.
The revelation of his scandalous past led to his resignation.
Her true nature was a revelation to me.
Soames explanied that any early revelation of the manager's dishonesty would have been futile.
It is held to be religious truth established by divine revelation and defined by the church.
Its effect was to make men feel that the revelation had not yet come.
Literature is the reflection of real life and the revelation of the artistic pulse of periods.
But this week's revelation may show that America has underestimated its Chinese rival.
But through metaphor, he crammed layers of meaning together to produce flashes of revelation.
Instant Revelation in Zen Buddhism emphasizes an almost instinctual inherent intuition.
Another is the way that bad news comes and drabs, rather than in one cathartic revelation.
It was a revelation of the heights of existence that were attained in the world above.
Sufism is mystical and follows the central current of the Revelation of Islam.
And the love wears the shirt of close fitting revelation.
Other gestures shift and change and flit, this is the ultimate and enduring revelation of personality.
This revelation shows that he has surpassed his earlier prose in cultural persentation.
He realized he was standing at a dead stop on the stairs, paralyzed by sudden revelation 10.
Special Revelation Presupposes General Revelation.
The audience felt that a startling revelation was to follow this ominous prelude.
A deluge of personal revelation followed and the programme earned a huge following.
What's more, it has its own antinomy, and also some revelation of methodology.
Fortunately, there is an alternative to about the meaning and purpose of life. It's revelation.
Cather's own struggle in the literary field is the most convincing demonstration of this revelation.
One of the astonishing revelations was how little Rebekah Brooks knew of what went on in her newsroom, wow little she thought to ask and the fact that she never inquired wow the stories arrived.
1. the speech act of making something evident
2. an enlightening or astonishing disclosure
3. communication of knowledge to man by a divine or supernatural agency