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unbosom

verb un·bos·om \-ˈb-zəm also -ˈbü-\

Definition of UNBOSOM

transitive verb
1
:  to give expression to :  disclose, reveal
2
:  to disclose the thoughts or feelings of (oneself)
intransitive verb
:  to unbosom oneself

Examples of UNBOSOM

  1. <unbosomed his fear of dying only to his closest friends>

First Known Use of UNBOSOM

circa 1595

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