Sentences Containing 'divulge'
I have thought that Walden Pond would be a good place for business, not solely on account of the railroad and the ice trade; it offers advantages which it may not be good policy to divulge; it is a good port and a good foundation.
The burden of my thought was, How much did I divulge?
You must carry your dish very upright, or miss, forsooth, gives you warning, and you are either left destitute, or to seek for a servant; so that, generally speaking, you are seldom or never fixed, but always at the mercy of every new comer to divulge your family affairs, to inspect your private life, and treasure up the sayings of yourself and friends.
More Vocab Words::: impel - drive or force onward; drive to take action; urge to action
::: dummy - imitation of a real object used as a substitute; effigy
::: incorporeal - without a material body; insubstantial
::: debonair - (of men) friendly, charming, and fashionably dressed; aiming to please; CF. of good disposition
::: solicit - entreat; request earnestly; seek to obtain; Ex. solicit votes; CF. solicitor: one who solicits; chief law officer
::: sanguine - optimistic; cheerful; hopeful; of the color of blood; red
::: piscatorial - pertaining to fishing; CF. Pisces
::: balmy - soft and mild (of air); fragrant
::: mutablility - ability to change in form; fickleness; ADJ. mutable: able to change; fickle; CF. mutate; CF. mutant
::: comeback - retort; quick clever reply; return to former status