expose (one)self

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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 ?
If I have exposed myself to it, in vain, let it be so; but if you and he should ever meet again, do me justice.
In your place, I should not have exposed myself to be shot, with no other object in view than describing a battle in a newspaper.
The silent gentleman, however, gave me a violent nudge in the ribs with his elbows -- told me I had sufficiently exposed myself for once -- and demanded if I was really such a fool as not to know that the modern steam-engine is derived from the invention of Hero, through Solomon de Caus.
I have exposed myself to worse misconstruction than that," she said.
Imagine if I went there and exposed myself to LaVar Ball's probable complaints that LeBron's getting old and that's the sole reason his errant-shooting son Lonzo isn't winning titles.
But let me also assure you that I have never groped, inappropriately exposed myself or coerced any colleague in the workplace ever in my 30-year career," he said.
I never really went out and exposed myself to the sun too much and when I did I always wore factor 50 sun cream, so it was a big shock to me.
I won't go into any detail, but I exposed myself to exactly the same risks as anybody else was exposed to.
When I exposed myself in this way I knew that it wouldn't seem proper to everyone," she said.
Then, just before alighting the jet, I tickled the wife's thigh and exposed myself.
I never exposed myself and never got on top of the bed," he told the court.
If I went into the centre of Bo'ness, got blazing drunk and exposed myself to the public I would get lifted and rightly so.
But the best of it began with a carefully-worded warning that by handling the electrical connections, I had already exposed myself to lead.
First, he exposed myself and others to competition beyond the neighborhoods we lived in.