At another window of the same house, moreover appeared old Mistress Hibbins, the Governor's sister, also with a lamp, which even thus far off revealed the expression of her sour and discontented face.
It was, indeed, a majestic idea that the destiny of nations should be revealed, in these awful hieroglyphics, on the cope of heaven.
Inured to danger, she maintained her self-possession in the face of the startling surprise which her new-found consciousness revealed
He felt curious to know what was going to happen and what would be revealed
to him; but most of all, he felt joyful that the moment had come when he would at last start on that path of regeneration and on the actively virtuous life of which he had been dreaming since he met Joseph Alexeevich.
In the darkness of the night she had not yet had an opportunity to see the features of the man, but after a glimpse at those of his two companions she trembled to think of the hideous thing that might be revealed
And bow strange it was that, instead of having been forced to reveal
his own secret, he had succeeded, almost by chance, in wresting a secret from his friend!
As against the view that introspection reveals
a mental world radically different from sensations, I propose to argue that thoughts, beliefs, desires, pleasures, pains and emotions are all built up out of sensations and images alone, and that there is reason to think that images do not differ from sensations in their intrinsic character.
But she could not have seen his face if a flash of lightning had not hidden the stars and revealed
At the same time nature revealed
herself to me through him with an intimacy she had not hitherto shown me.
The pale light which revealed
her to me quivered, sunk, vanished.
The lights were on again and in their glow there was revealed
to the man the figure of a giant Martian rat crouching upon the table and gnawing upon his arm.
The first sound that told of life and movement revealed
the mechanical movement of the clock.
It was a fair highway, through the Land of Lost Delight; shadow and sunshine were blessedly mingled, and every turn and dip revealed
a fresh charm and a new loveliness to eager hearts and unspoiled eyes.
The closing scene reveals
Jocasta slain by her own hand and Oedipus blinded by his own act and praying for death or exile.
Thus Iphigenia is revealed
to Orestes by the sending of the letter; but another act of recognition is required to make Orestes known to Iphigenia.