from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disclose.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Represented with wings expanded; -- applied to doves and other birds not of prey.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry: Having the wings spread: said of a bird used as a bearing, especially of one not a bird of prey: the same as displayed, said of an eagle.
- Open, but not widely spread, as if about, to take flight. The term is differently explained by different heralds, and the delineations are not exact.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made known (especially something secret or concealed)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
U.S. officials said the name disclosed in Pakistani media was wrong and the station chief would remain at his post.
The man, who did not want his name disclosed, said:
The patch released far more estrogen than its label disclosed -- amounts that can cause, eh hem, heart attacks, strokes and in at least 40 cases death.
Emerging from a policy luncheon this afternoon, Senator Dianne Feinstein disclosed that she had spoken with Leon Panetta last night, after raising objections earlier this week about his qualifications to become the director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
During the Q&A that followed last Thursday's WGAe preview screening, Sorkin disclosed the contents of the character arcs: Aristotle.
The fact that this operation existed, and was not properly disclosed, is the issue here.
* A new twist on the secret cash debate from Jesse Zwick: Corporate cash that has been disclosed is flowing overwhelmingly to the GOP.
On Monday, on-air personality Regis Philbin disclosed that he will be taking some time off from his morning talk show, Live with Regis and Kelly, in order to recover from his upcoming hip surgery.
Aside from the Dec. 31 deadline, the documents outlining the Brookfield-led offer include no significant changes from the terms disclosed earlier this month.
I agree that insurers should have some remedy if the pre-existing condition that was not disclosed is directly relevant to a condition for which a claim is being made.