Synonyms of 'divulge'
to make knownHe was charged with divulging state secrets.
I called her to tell her how spectacular it looked.
She has refused to reveal her daughter's whereabouts.
The paper did not publish his name for legal reasons.
Anyone carrying money into or out of the country must declare it.
After the scandal was exposed, he moved abroad.
He revealed who had leaked a confidential police report.
He has confessed to seventeen murders.
She confesses that she only wrote those books for the money.
The result will be communicated to parents.
Neither side would disclose details of the transaction.
He continues to proclaim his innocence.
She studied his face, but it betrayed nothing.
Auditors said they had uncovered evidence of fraud.
the ability to impart knowledge and command respect
Such behaviour promulgates a negative image of the British.
blow wide open (slang),
get off your chest (informal),
spill your guts about (slang)
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in the sense of betray
to disclose (a secret or confidence) treacherouslyShe studied his face, but it betrayed nothing.
in the sense of communicate
to exchange (thoughts) or make known (information or feelings) by speech, writing, or other meansThe result will be communicated to parents.
in the sense of confess
to admit (a fault or crime)He has confessed to seventeen murders.She confesses that she only wrote those books for the money.
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