Reveal vs Snort - What's the difference?

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Reveal is a related term of snort.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between reveal and snort

is that reveal is (obsolete) the side of an opening for a window, doorway, or the like, between the door frame or window frame and the outer surface of the wall; or, where the opening is not filled with a door, etc, the whole thickness of the wall; the jamb while snort is (obsolete) to snore.

In lang=en terms the difference between reveal and snort

is that reveal is to communicate that which could not be known or discovered without divine or supernatural instruction while snort is to make a snort; to exhale roughly through the nose.

As nouns the difference between reveal and snort

is that reveal is the outer side of a window or door frame; the jamb while snort is the sound made by exhaling or inhaling roughly through the nose.

As verbs the difference between reveal and snort

is that reveal is to uncover; to show and display that which was hidden while snort is to make a snort; to exhale roughly through the nose.

reveal

English

(wikipedia reveal)

Noun

(en noun)
  • The outer side of a window or door frame; the jamb.
  • * (rfdate) Carter B. Horsley, The Upper East Side Book :
  • The building has a one-story rusticated limestone base and a canopied entrance with a doorman beneath an attractive, rusticated limestone window reveal' on the second floor and a very impressive and ornate limestone window ' reveal on the third floor flanked by female figures.
  • (cinematography, comedy) A revelation; an uncovering of what was hidden.
  • The comedian had been telling us about his sleep being disturbed by noise. Then came the reveal : he was sleeping on a bed in a department store.
  • (obsolete) The side of an opening for a window, doorway, or the like, between the door frame or window frame and the outer surface of the wall; or, where the opening is not filled with a door, etc., the whole thickness of the wall; the jamb.
  • Synonyms

    * (side of a window or door opening) revel

    Quotations

    * 2001, Nicholas Proferes, Film Directing Fundamentals [http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id=8UkrTrb1y88C&pg=PA37&lpg=PA37&sig=9LrVWui5Pc-pHYD23unYfCyHcDg] *: The reveal is a narrative/dramatic element so pervasive that its power can be underestimated by the beginning filmmaker because, in a sense, each shot reveals something. * 2002, Blain Brown, Cinematography [http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id=1JL2jFbNPNAC&pg=PA66&lpg=PA66&sig=mMrBLvPxRrwexc9sNLY0pHRoRDo] *: A simple dolly or crane move can be used for an effective reveal . A subject fills the frame, then with a move, something else is revealed. * 2004, Fred Karlin, On the Track [http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id=4Dj42oNleXIC&pg=PA178&lpg=PA178&sig=DCz0jkLLrqsMKmwSlZXFahyBnog] *: Look for the reveal of the ghosts hanging in the school hallway (00:57:27); [...]

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To uncover; to show and display that which was hidden.
  • * Waller
  • Light was the wound, the prince's care unknown, / She might not, would not, yet reveal her own.
  • * {{quote-magazine, date=2013-06-07, author=(Gary Younge)
  • , volume=188, issue=26, page=18, magazine=(The Guardian Weekly) , title= Hypocrisy lies at heart of Manning prosecution , passage=WikiLeaks did not cause these uprisings but it certainly informed them. The dispatches revealed details of corruption and kleptocracy that many Tunisians suspected, but could not prove, and would cite as they took to the streets. They also exposed the blatant discrepancy between the west's professed values and actual foreign policies.}}
  • To communicate that which could not be known or discovered without divine or supernatural instruction.
  • Synonyms

    * bewray * communicate * disclose * discover * divulge * impart * open * show * uncover * unfold * unveil

    snort

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • The sound made by exhaling or inhaling roughly through the nose.
  • (slang) A dose of a drug to be snorted. Here, "drug" includes snuff (i.e., pulverized tobacco). A snort also may be a drink of whiskey, as "Let's have a snort".
  • (slang) An alcoholic drink.
  • * 1951 , Indiana Historical Society Publications (volumes 16-17, page 157)
  • Everybody tipped up the jug and took a snort of whisky and followed it with a gourd of cool water. We thought a snort of whisky now and then braced us up some and put a little more lift in us.

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To make a snort; to exhale roughly through the nose.
  • She snorted with laughter.
  • (slang) To inhale (usually a drug) through the nose.
  • to snort cocaine
  • (obsolete) To snore.
  • * Shakespeare
  • The snorting citizens.