|unintentionally expose or reveal||bewray|
|acknowledge sexuality, be published, be removable, be uttered, become active in same-sex relationships, become visible in sky, declare something, exit, emerge; be exposed; be clarified; disappear, make debut in society, reveal or be revealed, reveal so...||come out|
|act of divulging, act of revealing, disclosure, exposure (Archaic), reveal something, tell, disclose||divulge|
|act of exhibiting, display art, exhibition, give something as evidence, object on display, piece of evidence, reveal a quality, show something to others, demonstrate; present, something presented as evidence in a court of law; display, exhibition (of a...||exhibit|
|act of falling from something, cause or allow something to fall out of a container (especially unintentionally); scatter; shed blood; cause to fall, tumble; reveal, divulge (Informal), come out of confined space, fall off something, flow from container...||spill|
|agree by conceding, agreement, expose to danger, lessen value of something, potential danger or disgrace, settle a disagreement by making mutual concessions, settling of a disagreement by making mutual concessions, something accepted rather than wanted||compromise|
|allow opponent something in baseball, devote yourself to something, give way, concede, stop trying; despair of, hand over somebody or something, lose hope for good outcome, reveal information, stop using or doing something, surrender||give up|
|allow somebody too much of something, expose film to too much light, expose for too long or to too much light (Photography); have excessive exposure||overexpose|
|ancient country of western Asia in southern Mesopotamia, in present-day Iraq. Archaeological discoveries reveal the area to have been first settled in the 5th millenniumbc . It became prosperous and powerful from about 3000bc||Sumer|
|angry or gloomy facial expression; frown, glower, contract the forehead in displeasure; frown, have an angry or gloomy facial expression, make a frown, reveal feeling with scowl||scowl|
|announce clearly or loudly, lay cards on the table, make a decision known, proclaim, make a statement, propose marriage, reveal something as dutiable or taxable, say which suit is trumps, state an intent officially, state something formally or officially||declare|
|arrive, be seen, bring something to light, embarrass somebody before others, expose; appear, come, make somebody look bad||show up|
|atmospheric conditions; stormy weather; vicissitudes of fate, bad weather, change because of exposure to weather, come safely through a crisis, endure the effects of the weather, expose something to the weather, expose to atmospheric conditions; become...||weather|
|attach with nails, catch or convict guilty person, claw, do precisely or well, expose untruth, fix steadily, hammer a nail; attach with a nail; shut up (a box, container, etc.) with nails; arrest, trap; catch in lie; focus in on, set firmly on; find; p...||nail|
|basic, emphasizing smallness, expose something, exposed, uncovered; naked; reduced; hardly, minimum, not covered, expose; strip naked, without decoration, without plants||bare|
|be disloyal; reveal a secret; deliver, hand over (to the enemy), deceive somebody, go against a promise, help an enemy, reveal something, surrender somebody or something treacherously||betray|
|be friendly with somebody, be persuasive, communicate, communicate with spoken words, converse, speak; gossip, spread rumors; chitchat; lecture; reveal secret information, conversation, conversation; speech, lecture; meeting; rumor; manner of talking, ...||talk|
|beginning of river, electrode region, locate something for use, origin, origin; starting point; source code (Computers), originate from; reveal the origin of something; obtain from a particular supplier, somebody or something providing information, spe...||source|
|bestow, give, grant; disclose, reveal, divulge, tell, communicate, give a quality to something||impart|
|biological material grown in special conditions, civilization; refinement; cultivation (Agriculture); bacteria or germs grown for scientific study (Biology), cultivate, expose to culture, cultivate; grow in a controlled environment for scientific study...||culture|
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