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expose

(Disclose), verb abandon, advertise, air, bare, bring into the open, bring to light, cast out, coarguere, denounce, denude, deprive of protection, descry, detect, detegere, dig up, disclose, discover, display, divest, divulge, emerge, endanger, evince, exhibit, exponere, find, give away, hazard, hold up to public ridicule, hunt down, imperil, indicate, inform on, issue, jeopardize, lay bare, lay open, lay open to harm, locate, make liable, make visible, manifest, muckrake, open to view, present, produce, publish, put in a conspicuous place, put in danger, put in peril, put in view, report, reveal, risk, shame, show, show off, smoke out, strip, strip of disguise, subject, turn out, uncloak, unconceal, uncover, undrape, undress, unfold, unmask, unsheathe, unveil, unwrap, vent
Associated concepts: expose to disease, expose to harm, exxose to obloquy, expose to ridicule, expose to the elements

expose

(Incriminate), verb abase, accuse, betray, brand, denounce, dishonor, endanger, hazard, impeach, imperil, implicate, impugn, inform, jeopardize, refute, stigmatize
See also: accuse, adduce, admit, bare, bear, betray, clarify, common knowledge, communicate, concede, confess, contemn, convey, debunk, denigrate, denude, denunciation, detect, disabuse, disclose, disclosure, discover, dishonor, disinter, divulge, emerge, endanger, evidence, exhibit, find, impeach, implicate, incriminate, inform, issue, locate, manifest, manifestation, pillory, produce, publish, report, reveal, subject, unveil
References in classic literature ?
But it has been the study of my life to avoid those weaknesses which often expose a strong understanding to ridicule.
not so fast, my good woman; expose = public display}
But is the sum worth the trouble to which you expose yourself?
The hills and the rocks are rent asunder in places, excavations expose great blocks of building-stone that have lain buried for ages, and all the mean houses and walls of modern Smyrna along the way are spotted white with broken pillars, capitals and fragments of sculptured marble that once adorned the lordly palaces that were the glory of the city in the olden time.
Upon this bed of wood it was customary to expose foundlings for public charity.
But Achmet Zek was no fool to expose himself to the blackened honor of a thief and a murderer.
don't expose me," said Jupiter, and awarded her the first prize.
Well, then, my friend, do not expose yourself," answered Barbicane, "for the hand that you draw in again will be nothing but a stump frozen and deformed by the frightful cold.
You expose yourself finely,' observed I, as the man departed.
The disposition of Mrs Fitzpatrick was more timorous; for, though the greater terrors had conquered the less, and the presence of her husband had driven her away at so unseasonable an hour from Upton, yet, being now arrived at a place where she thought herself safe from his pursuit, these lesser terrors of I know not what operated so strongly, that she earnestly entreated her cousin to stay till the next morning, and not expose herself to the dangers of travelling by night.
The first part of her lewd life with the young gentleman at Colchester has so many happy turns given it to expose the crime, and warn all whose circumstances are adapted to it, of the ruinous end of such things, and the foolish, thoughtless, and abhorred conduct of both the parties, that it abundantly atones for all the lively description she gives of her folly and wickedness.
If you decide to remain (as I think you do), remember, Miss Haredale, that I left you with a solemn caution, and acquitting myself of all the consequences to which you expose yourself.