To make known (something private or secret).(verb-transitive)
Archaic To proclaim publicly.(verb-transitive)
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Use "divulge" in a sentence
""I would rather die than divulge anything," Charlotte protested solemnly, and her choice of the word divulge seemed to add considerably to the dignity of the proceedings."
"What neither you nor your New York Times enablers divulge is that the CIA manifestly didn’t agree with the DIA’s assessment."
"No word divulge of all my purpose, as thou art to thy mistress loyal and likewise of my sex."