Definition for DIS-CLOS'URE

DIS-CLOS'URE, n. [disclo'zhur.]

  1. The act of disclosing; an uncovering and opening to view. – Bacon.
  2. The act of revealing; utterance of what was secret; a telling.
  3. The act of making known what was concealed.
  4. That which is disclosed or made known.

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