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  • If by any chance the divulgence leaks out -- how the girl beshrews the mischance! Cited from Hints for Lovers, by Arnold Haultain
  • The cause of jealousy a woman may condone; the divulgence of her jealousy she will never forgive. Cited from Hints for Lovers, by Arnold Haultain
  • However, once the privacy of the email address is lost by divulgence, it cannot likely be regained.
  • In the Scandinavian versions, the stress is more on the gradual divulgence of the fact that the son will never return home to his mother.
  • However, once the privacy of the email address is lost by divulgence, it cannot be regained.
  • Even they that are powerless regard such divulgence of what occurs in respect of them as an insult to them, and, therefore, inexcusable. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2
  • In fact, things had come to such a point that Langhetti found himself no longer able to refuse, and now only sought how to postpone his divulgence of his secret. Cited from Cord and Creese, by James de Mille
  • I think that the evils that flow from the divulgence of the counsels of kings are such that they cannot be remedied. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4
  • The truth, however, has after all a merit of its own, and the great kinsfolk of poor Lord Ernest have but little to lose by its divulgence. Cited from Raffles, Further Adventures, by E.W. Hornung
  • I'm afraid I couldn't make you feel how resolute I was, against any divulgence that might lessen the gulf between me and the old unfortunate self. Cited from Mystery of Murray Davenport, by Robert N. Stephens
  • The gathering of the British Association has often been distinguished by the first appearance of some new instrument or the divulgence of some new scientific secret; but there was nothing of any special interest brought forward on this occasion. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 481, March 21, 1885, by Various
  • The divulgence of this simple little plan by a Simba quite in earnest dissipated Winkleman's last hope of doing anything by means of persuasion. Cited from The Leopard Woman, by Stewart Edward White
  • He kept his secret all next day, but his bewilderment when he awoke on Tuesday morning and found the clothes in an untidy brown paper parcel lying on the deck led to its divulgence. Cited from The Skipper's Wooing, and The Brown Man's Servant, by W. W. Jacobs
  • And as to Hester, the sudden divulgence of it might easily upset the unstable balance in her of mind and nerve and drive her at once into some madness. Cited from The Case of Richard Meynell, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Reeve, confident that Janie will never discover the ensuing success, that continues with the inappropriate divulgence of private information pertaining to his girlfriend.
  • Indeed, with safety he could thus announce himself to the managing editor who had sent him to Costa Rica, and he thought of doing this, but no, his -- his father wanted the secret kept until the time was ripe for its divulgence. Cited from The Colossus, by Opie Read
  • Personal privacy divulgence, deliberately and publicly manufactured spoofing photos or videos are just appetisers for universal voyeuristic desire and curiosity, but the incident itself is not performance art.
  • Another major plutonium fire in 1969 produced similar effects but was monitored and reported by civilian agencies, which led to the U.S. government's divulgence of the 1957 fire.
  • The divulgence of such source codes is of great concern to countries like the U.S., Japan, the EU, and South Korea; all four asked China to reverse this decision and objected to the implementation of the Chinese plan.
  • At the very moment of this adoring act of divulgence Aladdin was in the parlor, giving his first taste of success a musical soul, and waiting -- waiting -- waiting until it should be late enough in the day for him to climb the hill to the St. Johns' and hand over the Big News to Margaret. Cited from Aladdin O'Brien, by Gouverneur Morris
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Meaning of divulgence

  • noun The act of disclosing something that was secret or private