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In 2016, São Paulo accidentally exposed the medical information of 365,000 patients from the public health system.

It’s exposing the cost structure, and we need to evaluate how much you can charge for food.

From Fortune

So far in 2020, the highest converting articles from LinkedIn are a piece on how the economic crisis will expose a decade’s worth of corporate fraud, and one on the gulf between the stock market and the real economy.

From Digiday

TV ratings have long served as the only way networks could tell advertisers how many and, broadly, what type of viewers were exposed to their ads.

From Quartz

Keep in mind that the towels will shrink slightly after they’re first exposed to water.

Shirtless bros with pillowy lips and cargo pants pulled down to expose tufts of pubic hair.

When MTV first started airing The Real World, it was meant to expose the brutal truth about human nature.

However, this practice does potentially expose hunters to the pathogens carried on these animals.

Drones need be matched with deeds that expose the false precepts of Al Qaeda's narrative.

He praised Snowden for having the “balls” to expose the crimes of the NSA.

He should give the bailee notice of all the faults in the thing bailed that would expose him to danger or loss in keeping it.

The pair told Ritter what they thought of him, and each declared that he was going to expose the bully to Captain Putnam.

Biggert was killed because he was about to expose somebody who had forged that check which is lying on your desk.

In old times he would have been exposed as soon as he came into the world; and to expose him would have been a kindness.

Each reindeer had fought too many battles to expose himself to such blows.


On this page you'll find 187 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to expose, such as: bare, bring to light, disclose, display, open, and prove.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.