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There will be no danger of that, Bududreen, for there will be no one to divulge our secret.

She merely again urged the Princess never to divulge the secret.

Fandor understood that this was an official secret which Juve was not at liberty to divulge.

Whatever it was that Vitelli wrote to Ramiro, this gentleman was not minded to divulge it.

It occurred to Wilson that it might be just as well not to divulge his real destination.

Now I'll tell you; but mind, you're pledged, you're sworn, never to divulge it.'

But I have had my plans, too; it is time I should begin to divulge them.

To every appeal they heartlessly refused to divulge the key to the lock-in.

The secret was enjoined on me by the constitution and the law, and I shall not divulge it.

He has confided to me his name and position, which I think it as well not to divulge.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Latin divulgare "publish, make common," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + vulgare "make common property," from vulgus "common people" (see vulgar). Related: Divulged; divulging.

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