disclosure


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something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized

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It must have been plain to the Father of Therns, as it was to me, that the recent disclosures of his true character had done much already to weaken the faith of Kulan Tith, and that it would require but little more to turn the powerful jeddak into an avowed enemy; but so strong are the seeds of superstition that even the great Kaolian still hesitated to cut the final strand that bound him to his ancient religion.
Bulstrode had been in dread of scandalous disclosures on the part of Raffles.
If Da Souza's story was true - well, there were many things which might be done, short of a complete disclosure.
A Belgian waiter, who I learned, by later inquiries was present as a prisoner in the village where you were being entertained as a guest at the German headquarters, recognised you and was on the point of making a disclosure.
The disclosure of Mab's whereabouts trembled on Daylight's lips, but he forbore.
He saw no beauty in the sunshine sifting down through the green leaves, nor did the azure vault of the sky whisper as of old and hint of cosmic vastness and secrets trembling to disclosure.
The disclosure which this woman dreaded--who could doubt it now?
A sudden outburst of protest in more than one part of the room stopped the coming disclosure, and released the Doctor from further persecution.
If I saw nothing--and I never did see anything--there was no feeling of disappointment, for I knew the disclosure was merely withheld temporarily for some good reason which I had no right to question.
If Arnold had felt himself at liberty to answer that question, Sir Patrick's suspicions would have been aroused, and Sir Patrick's resolution would have forced a full disclosure from him before he left the house.
Hours might pass before the disclosure to which she stood committed would be expected from her.
He stood perfectly still on the spot where they had struck him dumb by the disclosure, supporting himself with his right hand laid on the head of a sofa near him.
No circumstance of importance, from the beginning to the end of the disclosure, shall be related on hearsay evidence.
The disclosure of to-night,' replied Rose softly, 'leaves me in the same position, with reference to you, as that in which I stood before.
At the termination of this disclosure of some of the mysteries of medicine, Mr.