What is another word for outed?

238 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ˈa͡ʊtɪd], [ ˈa‍ʊtɪd], [ ˈaʊ_t_ɪ_d]

"Outed" is a term commonly used to describe the act of publicizing someone's secret or hidden information. However, there are numerous other words that can adequately convey the same meaning. Some synonyms for "outed" include exposed, revealed, divulged, disclosed, unveiled, unmasked, and uncovered. All of these terms imply that information that was once hidden or unknown is now being brought to light. It's important to note that the term "outed" is often used specifically in the context of revealing someone's sexual orientation, whereas the other synonyms listed can refer to any type of secret or hidden information.

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What are the opposite words for outed?

The word "outed" is commonly used to refer to a person's private information, such as their sexual orientation or gender identity, being made public without their consent. The antonyms for this word would be "kept secret" or "concealed". These words suggest that a person's private information should be respected and protected, rather than being exposed without their consent. Other antonyms for "outed" could include "protected", "shielded", "guarded", or "kept confidential". These words emphasize the importance of keeping sensitive information private and respecting individuals' rights to privacy and personal autonomy.

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Usage examples for Outed

I'll bet you've never realised the life girls who get outed lead.
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But no girl gets "outed," as you call it, unless she's predisposed that way.
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However Mr. Finch, one of the Commissioners, I met there, and he and I walked two houres together in the garden, talking of many things; sometimes of Mr. Povy, whose vanity, prodigality, neglect of his business, and committing it to unfit hands hath undone him and outed him of all his publique employments, and the thing set on foot by an accidental revivall of a business, wherein he had three or fours years ago, by surprize, got the Duke of Yorke to sign to the having a sum of money paid out of the Excise, before some that was due to him, and now the money is fallen short, and the Duke never likely to be paid.
"Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright"
Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke

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