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Revealing something hitherto unknown.‘an invigorating and revelatory performance’
prophetic, predictive, visionaryView synonyms
- ‘Here Maguire is at her most perceptive, most articulate and most revelatory.’
- ‘The experience was unnerving, challenging and ultimately revelatory; now she wants all her movies to be like this.’
- ‘The previously unseen footage is equally revelatory.’
- ‘It isn't the revelatory experience which was White Lilies Island.’
- ‘It is a positively revelatory experience that mere listening or score-reading cannot provide.’
- ‘But in the hands of a master, the altered perceptions can be not only revelatory but joyous.’
- ‘This is a fascinating story, revelatory of the ways of Washington and one of Washington's major players.’
- ‘Likewise, we wouldn't want to say that sex without a revelatory experience was wrong.’
- ‘I was disappointed with myself because anger is often such a revelatory emotion, especially in a situation like team sports.’
- ‘Michel Bouquet delivers a revelatory, award-worthy performance as the amiable and mysterious French president.’
- ‘In Asia, a wide array of sites offers unique and revelatory experiences for both curious visitors and devoted pilgrims.’
- ‘To say it has been a revelatory experience would be an understatement.’
- ‘But the big news of the production is Bill Irwin's revelatory performance as George.’
- ‘Soon these experiences lost their numinous, revelatory character and became recreational and explicable.’
- ‘The open, revelatory vision of the crystal ends up being one more version of the covert vision of allegory.’
- ‘Scorsese takes the time to let viewers really see the music unfold in revelatory concert performances.’
- ‘Some of their music was very lovely, but it was never the revelatory experience that their press might have prepared you for.’
- ‘Willy adopted his name after a revelatory vision of Santa Claus, thereafter living according to the seasonal spirit of selfless giving.’
- ‘At Zander a week later, the experience was revelatory in a different way.’
- ‘Most mediums are women, many of whom become mediums after a crisis or revelatory experience.’
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