expose (one)self

(redirected from expose herself)

expose (one)self

To show one's genitals in a public setting. A: "Did you hear that someone got busted for exposing himself at the mall?" B: "No! I'm really glad I stayed home today."
See also: expose
References in classic literature ?
Can a person in my position be expected to expose herself to--Taint?
"A likely story, truly," cried she, "that a woman should cry out, and endeavour to expose herself, if that was the case!
But Dolly, perhaps because she was in the flutter of spirits before mentioned, or perhaps because she thought he would not be able to open it with his one arm--she could have had no other reason-- hurried out after him; and they stopped so long in the passage--no doubt owing to Joe's entreaties that she would not expose herself to the draught of July air which must infallibly come rushing in on this same door being opened--that the knock was repeated, in a yet more startling manner than before.
The servant (as Magdalen knew by not hearing the door close) was looking after her; and, moreover, she would expose herself, if she went indoors, to the risk of going out again exactly at the time when the landlady's children were sure to be about the house.
However, no doubt she was wrong; of course she was; she always was, she couldn't be right, she couldn't be expected to be; so she had better not expose herself any more; and to all Kate's conciliations and concessions for an hour ensuing, the good lady gave no other replies than Oh, certainly, why did they ask HER?, HER opinion was of no consequence, it didn't matter what SHE said, with many other rejoinders of the same class.
As Hepzibah, in order not to expose herself to inspection from without, invariably opened a door in this manner, Phoebe necessarily concluded that it was her cousin who now admitted her.
Many would be glad to tell her such news, just to see how she would take it; and then she might expose herself to fresh scandal.'
Never again did she expose herself without due consideration and precaution against rebuff.
The slow-moving, idly gazing Roman crowd bestowed much attention upon the extremely pretty young foreign lady who was passing through it upon his arm; and he wondered what on earth had been in Daisy's mind when she proposed to expose herself, unattended, to its appreciation.
Taking toInstagramStories, however, Leigh-Anne revealed she was taking no chances when it came to her wardrobe as she shared details of the precautions she took to ensure she didn't expose herself accidentally.
'She is at best allowed to expose herself as an excrescence, the mere vomit of an abominable monster like Duterte,' Sison said.
Jewish and gay, yet unwilling to expose herself to the accompanying scrutiny and rejection, Joanna spends much of her youth fostering chaos and embracing self-denial, even while celebrating an affirming commitment to the psychiatric ward.
Knowingly gay, but unwilling to expose herself to scrutiny and rejection, Joanna spends much of her young life fostering chaos, even spending some time in a psychiatric ward.
I feel sad that she feels the need to expose herself when it's not necessary."
A PERVERT posing as an online talent scout asked a 15-year-old girl to expose herself on Skype.