un divulging

divulge

[dih-vuhlj, dahy-]
verb (used with object), divulged, divulging.
to disclose or reveal (something private, secret, or previously unknown).

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English (< Anglo-French) < Latin dīvulgāre, equivalent to dī- di-2 + vulgāre to make general or common, to spread (vulg(us) the masses + -āre infinitive suffix)

divulgement, noun
divulger, noun
nondivulging, adjective
undivulged, adjective
undivulging, adjective


See reveal.
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divulge (daɪˈvʌldʒ)
 
vb
(tr; may take a clause as object) to make known (something private or secret); disclose
 
[C15: from Latin dīvulgāre, from di-² + vulgāre to spread among the people, from vulgus the common people]
 
di'vulgence
 
n
 
di'vulgement
 
n
 
di'vulger
 
n

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divulge
mid-15c., from L. divulgare "publish, make common," from dis- "apart" + vulgare "make common property," from vulgus "common people" (see vulgar). Related: Divulged; divulging.
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