Thesaurus / divulged

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The sense evidently is that the occurrences in respect of a king which one witnesses should not be divulged.

This is strictly a political question, which cannot be divulged.

This far Paul Brennan had to go, and he had divulged the information with great reluctance.

The Fourth RGeorge Oliver Smith

She had lied to him, had divulged only a part of her identity--and yet he knew that there were reasons for these things.

The Danger TrailJames Oliver Curwood

And it was divulged on the same day that the diploma was received.

Sube CaneEdward Bellamy Partridge

Of course, what I am about to tell you is strictly to go no further,—never, never to be divulged.

Tony ButlerCharles James Lever

Had he written every word of it neither he nor the Committee could with propriety have divulged its authorship.

A hospital interne, flushed with enthusiasm for his first practical studies, started with horror when I divulged my ideas.

Billy had felt for weeks that she would know the name if Magsie ever divulged it.

The Heart of RachaelKathleen Norris

The other day he entrusted to his mother and sister a precious secret that must not yet be divulged.

Barbara's HeritageDeristhe L. Hoyt

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