divulgence

NOUN
  1. the act of disclosing something that was secret or private
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How To Use divulgence 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
  • Employers have access to extensive health information about their employees, with limited legal protection against divulgence of this information (Rothstein 1997). The Human Genome Project
  • Okay, this was an accidental divulgence into something a little more than my usual topical one-way discussions. chicagojo Diary Entry
  • An honest and open divulgence of whether or not riot police were privately contracted, and if so, from what corporation or company? EMERGENCY ACTION ALERT! TOWN HALL(S) NEEDED IN MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL
  • The divulgence of crucial national secrets has elicited remarkably little outrage from Democrats in Congress. Open Source Espionage and the Anti-Anti-Islamofascists « PurpleSlog – Awesomeness & Modesty Meets Sexy
  • Saturday, after successfully spelling such words as octogenary, mitriform, bellicose, jacamar and divulgence, Aishwarya won the 17th annual Regional Spelling Bee sponsored by The State Journal-Register in cooperation with the Sangamon County Regional Superintendent of Schools. The State Journal-Register Home RSS
  • The New York Times also credits the banking giants 'divulgence of "their problems, which began in the mortgage lending business and led to a summer of wild stock market swings. Markets More Exuberant
  • His propensity to self-divulgence was extraordinary (even obsessive), especially for someone trying to recover for the twentieth century the gifts of the apophatic tradition.
  • After tip-offs from the financial watchdog Bafin, we have started an investigation on suspicion of market manipulation and the unauthorized divulgence of insider information," a spokeswoman for prosecutors based in Stuttgart said. Former Porsche Officials in Probe
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