verb (used with object), di·vulged, di·vulg·ing.
Origin of divulge
Examples from the Web for divulge
Fortunately, the resident expert took the time to divulge his tips and tricks to The Daily Beast.ESPN’s Bracket Champion Shares His March Madness Secrets|Ben Teitelbaum|March 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
That will be hard to judge: the director of elections has so far failed to divulge many technical details.
But only in recent years have athletes begun to divulge lurid details of Olympic sexcapades and debauchery.
She refuses to divulge the name of the man who truly stole her heart, but Madden was one of the boys, she says.
Neither Kline nor his client is allowed to divulge the amount of the settlement.
Polly darling, I have been engaged in affairs of state, which I am not at liberty to divulge to the common public.The Cup of Fury|Rupert Hughes
He did not care at the time to divulge any of the plan he but now had confided to Aurora and Anne.The Broken Gate|Emerson Hough
I will not divulge it—no not although you are hard upon me in regard to these terms of mine.Castle Richmond|Anthony Trollope
The art I practise is a secret known to the Immortals only: how can I divulge it to you?
Some secret thought was in her whole face, but her faltering tongue was paralyzed and could not divulge it.Cord and Creese|James de Mille