Was he on the verge of divulging his troubles?
Herodotus, owing to his religious awe and dread of divulging sacred mysteries, is only a second-rate source.
This rule was absolute; we forbade ourselves from divulging so much as a hint to anyone.
By divulging true information in small increments, the person can start a new habit - a habit of telling the truth.
Unfortunately, confidentiality laws prohibit Youn from divulging their names.
Keep in mind that all numbers are estimates, since the stars aren't prone to divulging their exact weights.
If you post pictures of yourself on your MySpace profile, check to see that you're not inadvertently divulging personal information.
Before divulging any personal information to a company or potential employer, make sure you research the company.
I could get more technical and explain why that is, but then I'd be divulging one of the secrets to our sauce!
These magazines, devoted entirely to divulging juicy details on soap storylines, characters and behind-the-scenes action, were snapped up by legions of daytime serial devotees.
Guests choose between sharing a truth - either divulging a secret or answering a question truthfully - or taking a dare.
After divulging to the guys the photo shoot was fake, the guys are then put to the test in front of Jayde Nicole, a Playmate of the Year.
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