/dis'em booz"euhm, -booh"zeuhm/, v.t.
1. to reveal; divulge.
2. to unburden (oneself) of a secret.
[1735-45; DIS-1 + EMBOSOM]

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  • disembosom — v. reveal; confess …   English contemporary dictionary

  • disembosom — dis·embosom …   English syllables

  • disembosom — |dis+ transitive verb Etymology: dis (I) + embosom : unbosom, unburden …   Useful english dictionary

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  • tell — v 1. narrate, relate, report, recount, rehearse, recite; describe, portray, depict, detail, explain; delineate, sketch, picture, paint; romance. 2. vociferate, voice, give mouth or voice to, air, vent, ventilate, communicate, let be known; impart …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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