speak the truth

See: disclose
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to speak the truth and to pay your debts--no more than this?
Mrs Partridge was then examined, who, after a modest apology for being obliged to speak the truth against her husband, related all the circumstances with which the reader hath already been acquainted; and at last concluded with her husband's confession of his guilt.
You know, my lord, it is one of my defects to speak the truth.
There should be courage to speak the truth,' she observed.
Oprah said: "For too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dare speak the truth to the power of those men.
one must have the courage to speak the truth" before adding, "one should not be afraid, one should have the courage to speak the truth.
If you keep putting people who speak the truth behind bars then the number of jails will not be enough to keep them," Haasan said.
So let us show our youth The turtle island is forever home," his poem 'Robert's Rules" decrees, "And Oneidas speak the truth.
But kind of felt like if I was going to speak the truth I should speak truth to you.
He advised Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to speak the truth.
Why don't you speak the truth and get out of all this mess.
Our politicians are so desperate to persuade that they almost never speak the truth.