[ US /daɪˈvəɫdʒ, dɪˈvəɫdʒ/ ]
[ UK /daɪvˈʌldʒ/ ]
[ UK /daɪvˈʌldʒ/ ]
make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret
unwrap the evidence in the murder case
he broke the news to her
The newspaper uncovered the President's illegal dealings
bring out the truth
The actress won't reveal how old she is
The auction house would not disclose the price at which the van Gogh had sold
How To Use divulge In A Sentence
- We had a high opinion of his mechanical genius, and generally held that the Chief ‘knew something bad of him,’ and on pain of divulgence enforced Phil to be his bondsman. Reprinted Pieces
- Both the Indian and Pakistani press chastised Mr. Pillai's ill-timed public divulgence, though it doesn't diminish the veracity of his statement in any way. Michael Hughes: India Too Complacent About Pakistan Complicity in Mumbai Attacks
- Details on profits and dividend payments - as yet undivulged - are relevant, too. Times, Sunday Times
- It is not company policy to divulge personal details of employees.
- Hernando would not divulge it, not to a journalista, not to a lover; but to the men in his cuadrilla he would tap the side of his head with two fingers and declare, It is simple, boys—you have only to think like a bull. Carlos The Impossible (Part 1)
- The famed financier plainly divulged that he was taking money out of the pockets of British taxpayers.
- They refused to divulge where they had hidden the money.
- OKAY, I am astounded that a waiter would divulge the full recipe and the key to one of their top dishes, namely the secret ingredient of "corks". Osteria Mozza, Los Angeles - A Spontaneous Hundred-Dollar Snack
- I found it easy to approach people and get them to divulge secrets. The Sun
- Death was the alleged penalty for those who divulged the secrets of the order.