anti–secrecy

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adjective an·ti–se·cre·cy \ˌan-tē-ˈsē-krə-sē, ˌan-tī-\
variants: or less commonly

antisecrecy

Definition of anti–secrecy

  1. :  serving or intended to prevent or restrict the concealment of information especially by governments anti-secrecy laws These antisecrecy trends and inclinations sometimes interact to convince administrations, Congresses, and intelligence agency heads that they must release various historical intelligence documents. — Michael Warner

1894

First Known Use of anti–secrecy

1894


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