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dis·close / disˈklōz/ • v. [tr.] make (secret or new information) known: they disclosed her name to the press | the magazine disclosed that he had served a prison sentence for fraud. ∎  allow (something) to be seen, esp. by uncovering it: he cleared away the grass and disclosed a narrow opening descending into the darkness. DERIVATIVES: dis·clos·er n.

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disclose

disclose XIV. f. OF. desclos-, pres. stem of desclore; see DIS- 2, CLOSE.
Hence disclosure XVI.

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