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 ?
But Heaven's will be done; if I succeed in my attempt I shall be all the more honoured, as I have faced greater dangers than the knights-errant of yore exposed themselves to."
While most of them stood by with bows and arrows, ready to shoot any of the Folk that exposed themselves, several of the Fire-Men heaped the dry grass and wood at the mouths of the lower tier of caves.
But all the time she blamed them for having come on this expedition, for having ventured too far and exposed themselves. Then she roused herself and tried to talk, but in a few moments she caught herself seeing a picture of a boat upset on the river in England, at midday.
They said that the mainstream parties have exposed themselves and have lost their entity to the PAT Chairman Dr Tahirul Qadri, a Canadian citizen who is here with a specific agenda of creating chaos and disturbance in the country.
He said the so-called propagators of 'Kashmiriyat' and 'Jamhooriyat' have only exposed themselves before the whole world by not allowing one son of Gilani to go inside his house and the other to come out of the house.
According to the official, there have been cases of both men and women in the past who have indecently exposed themselves before radar cameras.
As Palestine remains a priority for Hizbullah, Takfeeris exposed themselves as totally oblivious about it, he charged.
TWO flashers who exposed themselves in public are being hunted by police.
The police have been looking for these girls since last week when they exposed themselves to the victim as he entered his pin code into an ATM machine in Paris, reports the Telegraph.
The attacker is thought to have been with a group of soccer fans who also exposed themselves to the 17-year-old girl.
The thugs also banged doors and exposed themselves as they laid siege to the hall in Bangor, County Down.
334) defines a public figure as people who by their personality, status or conduct exposed themselves to such a degree of publicity as to justify public disclosures of certain aspects of their private lives.
They say women have exposed themselves on the drive of his pounds 400,000 house in Bradley Stoke, Bristol.
The court took the view that the plaintiffs "exposed themselves to the risk" of a trademark issue.
Two men who indecently exposed themselves in the street are being hunted by police.