divulged[ dih-vuhlj, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF divulged
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If that is so, by what Borgia was the secret of its existence ever divulged?
I would have divulged the truth, as a last resource, to avert that horror.
Had he divulged the little fraud, and exposed him to his fellows?
Of course, what I am about to tell you is strictly to go no further,—never, never to be divulged.
Apparently, then, you were aware of what was only divulged to me this evening?
That box often contained secrets which, if divulged, would set Europe aflame.
A secret was then divulged which had been known only to the two patients themselves.
No, she had before them divulged nothing of which she was ashamed; she was only ashamed that what she had said was not true.
The moment she saw him she knew that her secret had been divulged.
This despatch is confidential, and the direction of the route is, on no account, to be divulged.