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  • as inoracular
  • as inexposure

synonyms for divulging

  • Delphian
  • ambiguous
  • anticipating
  • apocalyptic
  • arcane
  • auguring
  • auspicious
  • authoritative
  • cabalistic
  • clairvoyant
  • cryptic
  • discovering
  • divining
  • dogmatic
  • fatidic
  • foreboding
  • forecasting
  • foretelling
  • imperious
  • interpretive
  • mantic
  • mysterious
  • mystical
  • obscure
  • occult
  • ominous
  • peremptory
  • portending
  • portentous
  • positive
  • predicting
  • presaging
  • prescient
  • proclaiming
  • sage
  • secret
  • sibylline
  • significant
  • soothsaying
  • vague
  • vatic
  • venerable
  • wise
  • disclosure
  • hazard
  • liability
  • publicity
  • risk
  • vulnerability
  • acknowledgment
  • airing
  • baring
  • betrayal
  • confession
  • defenselessness
  • denudation
  • denunciation
  • display
  • divulgence
  • exhibition
  • giveaway
  • introduction
  • jeopardy
  • manifestation
  • nakedness
  • openness
  • peril
  • presentation
  • revelation
  • showing
  • susceptibility
  • unfolding
  • unmasking
  • unveiling
  • exposé
  • laying open
  • susceptiveness
  • susceptivity
  • vulnerableness
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How to use divulging in a sentence

We never feel so great a degree of repugnance in divulging what is really criminal, as what is merely ridiculous.
THE CONFESSIONS OF J. J. ROUSSEAU, COMPLETEJEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU
With the opening spring began plans for the divulging of the great secret—for public acknowledgment of the marriage.
THE DREAMERMARY NEWTON STANARD
Would the divulging of the secret remove the sad weight from her heart, or quiet the agony of her thoughts?
IT MAY BE TRUE VOLUME 1 OF 3MRS. WOOD
He made the charge also that Tipton had been guilty of divulging the vote on the treaty, taken in executive session.
THE LIFE OF LYMAN TRUMBULLHORACE WHITE
We have evidence to prove that he is at the head of a body of spies that have been divulging our plans to the enemy.
THE BOY ALLIES UNDER THE SEAROBERT L. DRAKE
By none of these grave men would any secret be divulged; none of them had any secret ready for divulging.
NORTH AMERICA, VOLUME II (OF 2)ANTHONY TROLLOPE
While the children were thus employed, Mr. Tracy was divulging to Mrs. Crawford the object of his visit.
GRETCHENMARY J. HOLMES
Thereupon he refused to have anything more to do with the affair, and withdrew, but without divulging the secret.
OLD AND NEW PARIS, V. 1HENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS
Besides, I reserve the right of divulging Herzog's fraud without implicating Panine, if the shareholders insist.
SERGE PANINE, COMPLETEGEORGES OHNET
This looks like being wise above what is written, or like the old-fashioned Calvinists divulging the secret will of God.
MEMOIR OF REV. JOSEPH BADGERELIHU G. HOLLAND
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