unconcealed

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ concealed

Adjective[edit]

unconcealed (comparative more unconcealed, superlative most unconcealed)

  1. open to view; not hidden or concealed
    • 1962 October, “Talking of Trains: Passed to you, Mr. Macmillan”, in Modern Railways, page 220:
      Dr. Beeching's obvious intent is that if Scottish—and similarly unprofitable English and Welsh—railways are to be maintained, it must be done by an unconcealed subsidy; he is determined that the railways shall no longer be preoccupied with—and derided for—immense deficits which include the burden of social services the State must openly underwrite, if it wants them.