bewray definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • Archaic To disclose or betray.
    • To earth. See beray.
    • To expose; to reveal; to reveal; to betray.
  • verb:
    • To expose a deception.
    • To accuse; malign; talk evil of.
    • to show; divulge; make known; declare; inform.
    • to reveal people, rat somebody out.
    • To divulge a secret.
    • to reveal or reveal (usually with reference to an individual's identification or true personality) perfidiously, prejudicially, or even to one's discredit or damage; betray; expose.
    • To reveal or reveal unintentionally or incidentally; show the presence or real character of; tv show or make noticeable.
    • expose unintentionally
  • others:
    • To accuse; malign.
    • To reveal; divulge; make known; declare.
    • to reveal or reveal (the identification and/or secrets of one) perfidiously or prejudicially; betray; expose.
    • To reveal or reveal accidentally or incidentally; show the existence or real character of; show or make noticeable.

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