[ UK /dɪsklˈə‍ʊʒɐ/ ]
[ US /dɪˈskɫoʊʒɝ/ ]
  1. the speech act of making something evident
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How To Use disclosure In A Sentence

  • It also emerged on Tuesday that actress Sienna Miller had obtained a court ruling ordering phone operator Vodafone to disclose data relating to other users - so-called third party disclosure.
  • Disclosure of information would compromise the proper conduct of the investigation.
  • Far from counting against the honours system, the latest rash of disclosures should be used to improve and reinforce it.
  • The disclosures last night provoked renewed condemnation of Britain's multibillion-pound arms industry for selling to both sides in the escalating Kashmir crisis.
  • A broad definition would encompass all disclosures of malpractice, as well as illegal acts or omissions.
  • One of her main schtick is that she supposedly is a big champion'er of full disclosure. Is That Legal?: Michelle Malkin: Blogging While Flying?
  • Things like that are part of what they call disclosure. Willow
  • Wiretapped recordings obtained pursuant to Title III are ordinarily exempt from disclosure under Exemption 3.
  • The failure to produce the documents at the initial disclosure stage was a significant breach. Times, Sunday Times
  • When that application was made, again I did not order disclosure of any material.
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