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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
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With respect to the exposing or bringing up of children, let it be a law, that nothing imperfect or maimed shall be brought up, .
She said that the Portman Rooms had the best floor in London and she always liked the dances there; they were very select, and she couldn't bear dancing with all sorts of men you didn't know anything about; why, you might be exposing yourself to you didn't know what all.
One arm was nearly severed by the giant fangs, and a great piece had been torn from his neck, exposing his jugular vein, which the cruel jaws had missed but by a miracle.
It is unlikely that a youngster like Adair would at once make a hideous scandal by exposing a well known man so much older than himself.
A series of squalls, with hail and thunder, followed one another from the south by south-east, and in order to avoid these as much as possible, the air-fleet came low over the houses, diminishing its range of observation and exposing itself to a rifle attack.
Look 'm that fella," Binu Charley interrupted, brushing aside the leafy wall of the run-way and exposing a bow so massive that no one bushman could have bent it.
Removal of the casket from its box was less easy, but it was taken out, for it was a perquisite of Jess, who carefully unscrewed the cover and laid it aside, exposing the body in black trousers and white shirt.
We developed a laboratory framework for testing the contribution of exposure, density-mediated, and carryover effects to net survival, by exposing embryos and larvae of the streamside salamander (Ambystoma barboum) to atrazine (0, 4, 40, 400 ppb; 3 ppb is the U.
Sarah had the spiders weave one web before exposing them to smoke.
He was not merely exposing his feet to others to be washed, he was baring his whole body in all of its shamefulness so that all of us might be washed.
Extraoral x-ray systems don't rely on exposing x-ray film directly.
Barclay wrote in his opinion that the human rights panel "was correct in concluding that the advertisement can objectively be seen as exposing homosexuals to hatred or ridicule.