DISCLOSURE: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for DISCLOSURE?

Need another word that means the same as “disclosure”? Find 11 synonyms and 30 related words for “disclosure” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Disclosure” are: revealing, revelation, divulgence, declaration, announcement, news, report, publishing, broadcasting, story, account

Disclosure as a Noun

Definitions of "Disclosure" as a noun

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “disclosure” as a noun can have the following definitions:

  • The speech act of making something evident.
  • The action of making new or secret information known.
  • A fact, especially a secret, that is made known.

Synonyms of "Disclosure" as a noun (11 Words)

accountA client having an account with a supplier.
A person of considerable account.
announcementThe action of making an announcement.
An announcement is appearing in the Morning Post tomorrow.
broadcastingA medium that disseminates via telecommunications.
The state monopoly on broadcasting.
declarationUnsworn statement that can be admitted in evidence in a legal transaction.
A declaration of independence.
divulgenceThe act of disclosing something that was secret or private.
The divulgences have been leaked rather than shared.
newsA broadcast or published report of news.
The news of my death was greatly exaggerated.
publishingThe business of issuing printed matter for sale or distribution.
She worked in publishing.
reportAn employee who reports to another employee.
Reports were circulating that the chairman was about to resign.
revealingThe speech act of making something evident.
revelationThe last book of the New Testament recounting a divine revelation of the future to St John.
A divine revelation.
storyA plot or storyline.
What s the story on this man Is he from around here.

Usage Examples of "Disclosure" as a noun

  • The government's disclosures about missile programmes.
  • A judge ordered the disclosure of the government documents.

Associations of "Disclosure" (30 Words)

apocalypseA cosmic cataclysm in which God destroys the ruling powers of evil.
The apocalypse of World War II.
authenticateProve or show (something) to be true, genuine, or valid.
They were invited to authenticate artefacts from the Italian Renaissance.
conspicuouslyIn a way that attracts notice or attention.
One important voice has been conspicuously absent.
denudationThe removal of covering.
denudeLay bare.
Denude a forest.
discloseDisclose to view as by removing a cover.
The curtain rose to disclose a stunning set.
disclosedMade known (especially something secret or concealed.
The disclosed purpose of their wicked plan.
divulgeMake known (private or sensitive information.
I do not want to divulge my plans at the moment.
evinceReveal the presence of (a quality or feeling); indicate.
The news stories evinced the usual mixture of sympathy and satisfaction.
expatiateAdd details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing.
She expatiated on working class novelists.
exposeExpose to light of photographic film.
At low tide the sands are exposed.
exposureThe direction in which a building faces; an outlook.
Trial exposures made with a UV filter.
expoundPresent and explain (a theory or idea) in detail.
He was expounding a powerful argument.
expressGive expression to.
She would express her milk using a pump and take it home for her baby.
indicativeThe indicative mood.
Having recurrent dreams is not necessarily indicative of any psychological problem.
mouthA horse s readiness to feel and obey the pressure of the bit in its mouth.
She mouthed a swear word.
overexposureExposure of a film or a part of an image to light for too long a time.
At certain times a celebrity may suffer from overexposure.
prenatalOccurring or existing before birth.
Prenatal development.
revealMake (something) known to humans by divine or supernatural means.
Brenda was forced to reveal Robbie s whereabouts.
revealingThe speech act of making something evident.
A revealing glance.
revelationThe last book of the New Testament recounting a divine revelation of the future to St John.
Seeing them play at international level was a revelation.
storyA plot or storyline.
The story of modern farming.
suggestiveTending to suggest or imply.
Suggestive poses.
telltaleA person, especially a child, who reports others’ wrongdoings or reveals their secrets.
The telltale bulge of a concealed weapon.
ultravioletRadiation lying in the ultraviolet range wave lengths shorter than light but longer than X rays.
An ultraviolet telescope.
uncoverRemove one’s hat, especially as a mark of respect.
He uncovered the face of the dead man.
unveilRemove a veil or covering from, in particular uncover (a new monument or work of art) as part of a public ceremony.
Women must not unveil themselves in public in some religious societies.
unwrapRemove the wrapping from (a package.
I began to unwrap my presents.

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