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  • This was all done in an attempt to prevent his plan from being exposed.
  • Through the popular program, the band was exposed to a younger set of fans.
  • Most important, living in cities, they were exposed to new ideas about the social and political order.
  • A person might expose themselves such as taking off part or all their clothes in public.
  • Other short stories expose points of view and life problems from places around the larger universe.
  • The most exposed mountain passes are closed the entire winter.
  • I'm going to find these people that have done this to our country and expose them.
  • I was exposed to exactly the same things they were exposed to.
  • For instance, during language acquisition, human children are largely only exposed to positive evidence.
  • Many police forces are no longer exposing their members to the chemicals during training.
  • Then they were placed into one of three conditional groups and exposed to these conditions over a few days.
  • However, many of the rocks exposed in Turkey were formed long before this process began.
  • Some of the information may expose elements not made for the public domain.
  • Such large-ship operations expose wildlife to humans far longer than smaller vessels.
  • The metal turns yellow when it is exposed to air.
  • For those having been previously exposed, the symptoms can appear within several days after infestation.
  • The only information about her private key that Alice initially exposes is her public key.
  • The public, however, was exposed to psychological ideas which took their interest.
  • The properties remain when exposed to air or water.
  • Because this would leave certain highly sensitive words exposed, such words would first be concealed by code.
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Root form of exposed is expose for the verb.

Words starting with exposed

Meaning of exposed

  • verb Expose or make accessible to some action or influence
    Expose your students to art, expose the blanket to sunshine
  • verb To show, make visible or apparent
    The Metropolitan Museum is exhibiting Goya's works this month, Why don't you show your nice legs and wear shorter skirts?, National leaders will have to display the highest skills of statesmanship
  • verb Expose to light, of photographic film
  • verb Abandon by leaving out in the open air
    The infant was exposed by the teenage mother, After Christmas, many pets get abandoned