demystified demystified


  • (v) make less mysterious or remove the mystery from


  1. He prodded the public to bare its darker desiresand in the process demystified sex for a generation.
  2. As meditation is demystified and mainstreamed, the methods have become more streamlined.
  3. But by 1882, when the German bacteriologist Robert Koch demystified the disease by identifying the tiny rod-shaped tubercle bacillus that caused it, the tide was turning.


  • Commercial Pilot Secrets

    Airline travel is a hassle, a miracle, exhausting, and exhilarating. Commercial pilot Patrick Smith has demystified the experience--from where to sit to what that racket is just after you land -- in his new book.
    on July 3, 2013     Source: Fox News


  1. Raymond Blanc added: "In his own characteristic way, Floyd was a genius. He demystified food and made it a popular craft. He was the first chef to reform TV completely. He truly was a charming and generous man. I will miss him."
    on Sep 15, 2009 By: Raymond Blanc Source: The Sun

  2. "David has demystified flash photography," says noted photographer Joe McNally, who has shot for National Geographic and Sports Illustrated. "Strobes are integral to photography, but there's a great deal of mystery and fear among amateur...
    on Apr 22, 2008 By: Joe McNally Source: USA Today

  3. "I think it's a good idea. The Fed should be demystified," said Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.), the powerful chairman of the House Financial Services Committee.
    on Jul 24, 2009 By: Barney Frank Source: Los Angeles Times

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