disclosure[ dih-skloh-zher ]SEE DEFINITION OF disclosure
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If there's no guilt on your part, the disclosure can't harm you.
Felicite awaited, on the morrow, a disclosure which did not come.
His only comments on the disclosure of kinship were a "Humph!"
Then, in answer to the lightkeeper's questions, came the disclosure of the truth.
To tell the truth I was not entirely overcome by surprise at the disclosure.
This disclosure abridged his usefulness among the brethren, and he fled.
Why, of all people on earth, had he alone been singled out for this disclosure?
He visibly had pleasure in the disclosure of the other's ignorance.
As he seems likely to recover, we may safely let the disclosure rest with him.'
We three looked at each other as if on the brink of a disclosure.
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