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inform

(Betray), verb accuse, announce, bear witness against, betray the secret, break faith, break trust, charge, communicate, confess, declare, denounce, disclose, disclose intentionally, disclose secrets, divulge, expose, give over to the foe, hominis nomen deferre, impart, impeach, implicate, incriminate, inculpate, lay bare, lay open, make known, reeort against, reveal, tell secrets, testify against, uncover, violate a confidence, violate the confidence of

inform

(Notify), verb acquaint, advertise, advise, an- noun ce, annunciate, apprise, blazon, brief, carry tales, communicate, confide, describe, detail, disabuse, disclose, docere, educate, enlighten, explain, familiarize, give a report, give an account, give notice, give out information, give the facts, give tidings, herald, impart, instruct, keep posted, let know, level with, make known, mention, narrate, notify, nuntiare, orient, outline, point out, post, pressnt information, proclaim, promulgate, publish, recite, relate, report, reveal, send word, set right, set straight, signify, state, tattle, teach, tell, testify, tip, tout, trumpet, undeceive, warn
See also: adduce, admonish, advise, annunciate, apprise, bear, betray, caution, charge, communicate, construe, contact, converse, convey, declare, denounce, disabuse, disclose, disseminate, divulge, edify, educate, enlighten, enunciate, forewarn, herald, impart, initiate, instill, instruct, issue, mention, notice, notify, posit, proclaim, publish, relate, report, reveal, speak, teach, tell
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But I do want them to recognize that many of the assumptions and methods that inform our approach to the novel derive from a particular school of criticism, and I discuss with them the theoretical underpinnings of New Historical criticism.
The counselor agrees to keep the identity of the student confidential, if possible, and informs the student he will report the information, the history teacher's name, and the four students' names to the principal.
And although Hansen assumes that the desires of audiences affected film making, she does not provide us with an understanding of the market mechanism which would allow patrons' wishes to inform Hollywood production.