make public[ puhb-lik ]SEE DEFINITION OF make public
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Think of it, Madame mere, and make public the result of your experiment!
At Woodbridge people did not make public messes of themselves.
I've no desire to make public my life for the sake of notoriety.
Burrill, it was believed, knew much more than he deigned to make public.
It is better as it is, for I have nothing to communicate which I desire to make public.
I have no right to make public the workings of the department.
They have at last been forced to make public confession, that it is a fiction!
I pledge you now I will not make public the nature of this document.
"It is a place to make public asses of the people," he thought.
You are one of the women among us who can make public addresses.