disclosed


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made known (especially something secret or concealed)

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If they disclosed to me, as I suspect they did, that I should not come back, and that Biddy was quite right, all I can say is - they were quite right too.
We were now close in; thirty or forty strokes and we should beach her, for the ebb had already disclosed a narrow belt of sand below the clustering trees.
Suddenly there had come some one across his life who seemed to have disclosed to him life's mystery.
This girl alone, among all the green Martians with whom I came in contact, disclosed characteristics of sympathy, kindliness, and affection; her ministrations to my bodily wants were unfailing, and her solicitous care saved me from much suffering and many hardships.
It was then disclosed in the following manner: --Observing his second daughter employed in trimming a hat, he suddenly addressed her with:
His wishes are then disclosed by some discreet friend employed by him for the purpose.
But the servant, who was well disposed to the huntsmen, went to them, and disclosed the project.
I could have cried aloud in exultation when my scrutiny disclosed the almost invisible incrustation of particles of carbonized electrons which are thrown off by these Martian torches.
I raised to a sitting posture and glowered on that corpse till the light crept down the bare breastline by line--inch by inch--past the nipple--and then it disclosed a ghastly stab!
His sanguine temperament was disclosed in the deep color of his cheeks.
She disclosed this thought to no one but to her confessor, Father Akinfi, the monk, and he approved of her intention.
Usually this picture seemed merely a country scene, but whenever Ozma looked at it and wished to know what any of her friends or acquaintances were doing, the magic of this wonderful picture was straightway disclosed.
I never disclosed it then, and would not have done so had my own sister or my mother been with me in the house.
3 disclosed the belief that in occupying the highest seat in a Rubberneck auto they were travelling the pace that passes all understanding.
The skin roof, stretched tightly as a drumhead, I had thought, sagged and bellied with every gust; and innumerable interstices in the walls, not so tightly stuffed with moss as Maud had supposed, disclosed themselves.