disclose

[ dih-sklohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF disclose

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Whither the stair led, I shall have to disclose in my next chapter.

I divined that before the evening was over she would contrive to disclose it.

"He may find it necessary to disclose it, and before very long," he remarked.

The development of his character must be left to disclose itself.

You figure out that this will cause her to disclose herself—make some sign?

He was jealous that I would not disclose to him who my model was for Sylvie.

Time is always bringing the occasions that disclose their value.

You cannot disclose the secrets this poor lady has revealed to you.

Only a very few knew that secret, and they would not disclose it.

Perhaps for Glennie's sake it will be safer not to disclose Dick's identity.

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