Concede and Divulge

Concede

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Concede verb – To accept the truth or existence of (something) usually reluctantly.
Usage example: she grudgingly conceded his point

Divulge and concede are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Divulge" instead a verb "Concede".
Nearby Words: concession, conceding
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Divulge

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Divulge verb – To make known (as information previously kept secret).
Usage example: we tried to make him divulge the name of the winner, but he wouldn't budge

Concede and divulge are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Concede" instead a verb "Divulge".
Nearby Words: divulging, divulgation
Synonyms for Divulge
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