- disclosing agent,
- disclosing solution,
Origin of disclosing
verb (used with object), dis·closed, dis·clos·ing.
Origin of disclose
Examples from the Web for disclosing
So it ultimately seems odd to blame these celebs for disclosing personal information when the public is just clamoring for it.Welcome to Generation Overshare: Lena Dunham, Taylor Swift, and the Politics of Self-Disclosure|Marlow Stern|November 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Paxton also has come under fire for not disclosing his ties to a number of nonprofits.
Of course, at about the time they were disclosing their big position, Bitcoin started to crash.
President Obama did the right thing is disclosing his bundlers.
In short, Williams since late February has been disclosing details of her brief CIA career in 140 characters or less.
Then the sorcerers stepped to one side, disclosing to the view a man firmly bound, who lay on the ground in the midst of them.Stoneheart|Gustave Aimard
Presently the sun rose, and in a few seconds the veil lifted, disclosing a large ship, her bulwarks just rising above the horizon.The Three Admirals|W.H.G. Kingston
As the fruit ripens this green covering divides in half, and gradually opens wider and wider, disclosing the vivid scarlet within.Home Life on an Ostrich Farm|Annie Martin
The dun cloud of dust settled, disclosing the foam-flecked, sweat-blackened colt, oddly beautiful in her poised immobility.Overland Red|Henry Herbert Knibbs
His coat blew open, disclosing something shining through an armhole of his vest.The Outdoor Girls at Ocean View|Laura Lee Hope
late 14c., from Old French desclos "open, exposed, plain, explicit," past participle of desclore (Modern French déclore) "open, break open, unlock, reveal," from des- (see dis-) + clore "to close" (see close (v.)). Related: Disclosed; disclosing.