Example sentences for: divulge

How can you use “divulge” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • He sought to abridge the attorney-client privilege by commanding Vince Foster's lawyer to divulge what Foster had told the lawyer before committing suicide.

  • The backspin: Gore's rivals and critics, such as Bill Bennett, Newt Gingrich, and House Minority Leader Dick Gephardt, won't even divulge their charitable donations, as Gore has done.

  • Like conversations between doctor and patient or priest and penitent, confidential communications between a client and his lawyer are legally protected . A client can refuse to disclose the substance of those communications, and only in rare exceptions will the lawyer be forced to divulge the information in question.

  • (LTCM, as a matter of principle, refused to divulge its assets or strategy--so anyone who entered a contract with the firm was accepting an unknown risk.)

  • For instance, when Clinton cited executive privilege as a reason for holding back a memo from FBI Director Louis Freeh criticizing his drug policies, Bob Dole asserted that the president had no basis for refusing to divulge it.


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