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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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Have an adult expose the spiders to secondhand smoke twice a day.
As beloved children of God Jesus invites us to be loved by God in this way, to expose ourselves to the one who was himself exposed so that our feelings of weakness will no longer have power over us.
Most significantly, by using an intensifying screen, Putin was able to create the image with an exposure of only several seconds--a far shorter exposure than would have been required to expose the film using direct x-rays.
The recent arrests of three South Dakota men on charges of intentionally spreading HIV have refocused attention on laws that make it a crime to expose someone to the virus--and the question of whether these laws really make a difference.
The purpose of this article is to describe a fast and safe technique to expose the geniculate ganglion and the labyrinthine portion of the facial nerve in two structures of the middle ear: the cochleariform process and the tympanic portion of the facial nerve.
And, let's be honest: those who foolishly expose themselves and others to the virus--because of promiscuity or unsafe sex, or because of the use of mind-altering substances--ought to be looked at the same way we look at smokers: they are not innocent victims, they have acquired a self-inflicted disease.
Fully extending the strong hand for spraying might expose an unprotected weapon to the subject.
The broken chains retract in the direction of stress and expose the underlying elastomer chain to further attack that causes the effectiveness of the condom barrier to fail.
Landlords, building owners and managers, and contractors should be aware that construction, demolition, repair, clean-up and renovation work that involves removal of lead-based paint covered surfaces or materials containing lead can expose workers to serious health hazards.