Reveal or Revealed may refer to:

  • Reveal (carpentry), a type of joint
  • The Revealed, an Internet documentary project about gorillas
  • Reveal, a magazine published by Nat Mags
  • J. L. Reveal, American botanist
  • Reveal system, a system of plant classification
  • Reveal (arts and showbusiness), in show business and literature, the exposure of a "twist"

In music:

  • Reveal (rapper), member of the British hip hop group Poisonous Poets
  • Reveal (Fischer-Z album), 1987
  • Reveal (R.E.M. album), 2001
  • Revealed – Live in Dallas, an album by Myron Butler & Levi, 2010
  • "Reveal" (song), a song by Roxette
  • Reveal Records, a UK record label

In television:

  • Revealed..., a UK news programme for teenagers, 2008-present
  • Revealed with Jules Asner, a 2001-2003 American biography series
  • Revealed (TV series), a 2002-2011 UK documentary series, whose performers have included Suzie Kennedy

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Famous quotes containing the word revealed:

    ... we engage in politics because we don’t know anything. This is clearly revealed in the way we go about it. Our parties exist from a fear of theory. The voter fears that one idea can always be contradicted by another. Therefore the parties reciprocally defend themselves against the few old ideas they have inherited. They don’t live from what they promise, but from frustrating the promises of others. This is their silent community of interests.
    Robert Musil (1880–1942)

    He who asks fortune-tellers the future unwittingly forfeits an inner intimation of coming events that is a thousand times more exact than anything they may say. He is impelled by inertia, rather than curiosity, and nothing is more unlike the submissive apathy with which he hears his fate revealed than the alert dexterity with which the man of courage lays hands on the future.
    Walter Benjamin (1892–1940)

    Crime is terribly revealing. Try and vary your methods as you will, your tastes, your habits, your attitude of mind, and your soul is revealed by your actions.
    Agatha Christie (1891–1976)