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unbosom

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbʊz(ə)m
 
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Definition of unbosom in English:

verb

[with object] archaic
Disclose (one’s thoughts or secrets): she unbosomed herself to a trusty female friend
More example sentences
  • It was he himself who overheard the secret utterances of Crazy Horse - that he had sat behind him, enveloped in his blanket when the chief was unbosoming himself, supposedly in secret.
  • ‘Reet, that does it’, said the GA, and stumped round to unbosom himself of the accumulated chagrin of the last month.
  • I pray you, therefore, to unbosom yourselves of all your doubts.
Synonyms
open one's heart, unburden oneself, confess, tell all, tell one's all;
informal come clean, spill all

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