[ dih-vuhl-juh ns, dahy- ]
/ dɪˈvʌl dʒəns, daɪ- /
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hint, innuendo, sigh, murmur, buzz, gossip, shocker, epiphany, proclamation, dissemination, disclosure, story, acknowledgment, revelation, admission, assertion, statement, concession, confirmation, accession
Origin of divulgence
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Examples from the Web for divulgence
In the interim, since the divulgence of my part in the Stuart affair, Moya had thawed somewhat.Attrition|Jim Wannamaker