What is another word for Divulgation?

Pronunciation: [da͡ɪvəlɡˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

Divulgation is a noun which refers to the action of revealing or making known something that was previously private or secret. Synonyms for divulgation include disclosure, revelation, exposure, uncovering, and divulgence. These words all denote the act of sharing information that was previously unknown or concealed. Other synonyms for divulgation may depend on the context in which it is used, such as confession, admission, announcement, or declaration. Regardless of the word used, the act of divulgation can have significant consequences, whether positive or negative, and requires careful consideration of the potential impact on others involved.

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What are the opposite words for Divulgation?

Divulgation refers to the act of disclosing or revealing information to others. Some antonyms for divulgation include concealment, secrecy, and confidentiality. Concealment refers to hiding or keeping information secret, while secrecy involves intentionally keeping information private or unknown. Confidentiality, on the other hand, refers to the expectation that certain information will be kept private and not disclosed to others without permission. Other antonyms for divulgation could include nondisclosure, suppression, or silence. All of these terms suggest a desire to keep information hidden or private, rather than revealing it to others.

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Usage examples for Divulgation

Yet, owing to the modern spread of education, or rather to the indiscriminate Divulgation of ideas, these problems are now the possession of the man in the street, whereas in former days they were exclusively the property of minds capable-not indeed of answering the unanswerable, but at least of knowing their own limitations and of seeing why such problems must always exist as long as man is man.
"The Faith of the Millions (2nd series)"
George Tyrrell
When a human prophet is entrusted with the Divulgation of high and wonderful things, it is quite possible that he may have been to greater or less extent in the dark as to all or some of the communication he was writing.
"Creation and Its Records"
B.H. Baden-Powell
He moved in a cloud, if not rather in a high radiance, of precipitation and Divulgation, a chartered rebel against cold reserves.
"A Small Boy and Others"
Henry James

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