dis·clos·ing /dɪsˈklozɪŋ/ 形容詞
Dis·close v. t. [imp. & p. p. Disclosed p. pr. & vb. n. Disclosing.]
1. To unclose; to open; -- applied esp. to eggs in the sense of to hatch.
The ostrich layeth her eggs under sand, where the heat of the discloseth them. --Bacon.
2. To remove a cover or envelope from;; to set free from inclosure; to uncover.
The shells being broken, . . . the stone included in them is thereby disclosed and set at liberty. --Woodward.
3. To lay open or expose to view; to cause to appear; to bring to light; to reveal.
How softly on the Spanish shore she plays,
Disclosing rock, and slope, and forest brown! --Byron.
Her lively looks a sprightly mind disclose. --Pope.
4. To make known, as that which has been kept secret or hidden; to reveal; to expose; as, events have disclosed his designs.
If I disclose my passion,
Our friendship 's an end. --Addison.
Syn: -- To uncover; open; unveil; discover; reveal; divulge; tell; utter.
adj : allowing to be seen; making visible; "the screen fell with a