Self-exposing



verb (used with object), exposed, exposing.
1.
to lay open to danger, attack, harm, etc.:
to expose soldiers to gunfire; to expose one’s character to attack.
2.
to lay open to something specified:
to expose oneself to the influence of bad companions.
3.
to uncover or bare to the air, cold, etc.:
to expose one’s head to the rain.
4.
to present to view; exhibit; display:
The storekeeper exposed his wares.
5.
to make known, disclose, or reveal (intentions, secrets, etc.).
6.
to reveal or unmask (a crime, fraud, impostor, etc.):
to expose a swindler.
7.
to hold up to public reprehension or ridicule (fault, folly, a foolish act or person, etc.).
8.
to desert in an unsheltered or open place; abandon, as a child.
9.
to subject, as to the action of something:
to expose a photographic plate to light.
Idioms
10.
expose oneself, to exhibit one’s body, especially one’s genitals, publicly in an immodest or exhibitionistic manner.
verb (transitive)
1.
to display for viewing; exhibit
2.
to bring to public notice; disclose; reveal: to expose the facts
3.
to divulge the identity of; unmask
4.
(foll by to) to make subject or susceptible (to attack, criticism, etc)
5.
to abandon (a child, animal, etc) in the open to die
6.
(foll by to) to introduce (to) or acquaint (with): he was exposed to the classics at an early age
7.
(photog) to subject (a photographic film or plate) to light, X-rays, or some other type of actinic radiation
8.
(RC Church) to exhibit (the consecrated Eucharistic Host or a relic) for public veneration
9.
expose oneself, to display one’s sexual organs in public
noun
1.
the act or an instance of bringing a scandal, crime, etc, to public notice
2.
an article, book, or statement that discloses a scandal, crime, etc

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