make known


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v. t.1.To reveal; to disclose; as, the congressman made known his interest in the company only after he voted on the bill.
References in classic literature ?
It gives us pleasure to make known this fact, which proves how powerless the declamations of liberals have been on the mind of the Parisian bourgeoisie.
Eleven years later, in 1682, Kittory Baptist Church in Maine deployed similar language speaking of their covenant with God and with one another in observing all God's "commandments, ordinances, institutions or appointments" revealed in the sacred text of Old and New Testaments, "and according to the grace of God and light at present through his grace given us, or here after he shall please to discover and make known to us though his Holy Spirit.