- to make publicly known; publish.
Origin of divulgate
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Examples from the Web for divulgation
This custom had the double object of preventing the divulgation of their doctrine and of exercising the memory.History of Julius Caesar Vol. 2 of 2
Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873.
He moved in a cloud, if not rather in a high radiance, of precipitation and divulgation, a chartered rebel against cold reserves.A Small Boy and Others
I take on myself, without fear, any divulgation on his part.
- (tr) archaic to make publicly known
C16: from Latin dīvulgāre; see divulge
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