Disclosures [noun]

Definition of Disclosures:

announcement, revelation

Opposite/Antonyms of Disclosures:

Sentence/Example of Disclosures:

Galena West, chief of the commission’s enforcement division, cited Barrios’ unpaid position and the fact he wasn’t subject to certain disclosure requirements under the law.

The state’s nonpartisan legislative analyst is advising the Legislature to spread public awareness of sea level rise and help Californians make informed decisions about the risks of purchasing coastal properties by requiring its disclosure.

Instead of waiting for the hammer to fall, policymakers could enact coastal flooding disclosures now.

AstraZeneca stock and options owned by CEO Pascal Soriot have increased by nearly $15 million in value since early April, according to calculations by KHN based on company disclosures.

Campaigns had until midnight Friday to get their disclosures in.

A new look for ad disclosures shown to users will be called “About this ad.”

In that one fire board race, the committee spent $58,800, which was more than four times the amount as the other 54 candidates in all fire board elections in San Diego County raised that year, according to campaign disclosures.

“In February 2018, the CFO and financial advisor took a course of action that was designed to avoid disclosure of information to the credit rating agencies,” the report reads.

That such advice may be a good defense a full and honest disclosure of all the facts must be made to him.

It is nothing like so important as he thinks, but its disclosure at the present moment would ruin all our plans.