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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 ?
I now proposed to Toby that instead of rambling about the island, exposing ourselves to discovery at every turn, we should select some place as our fixed abode for as long a period as our food should hold out, build ourselves a comfortable hut, and be as prudent and circumspect as possible.
WHEN we invest in the stocks of a company, regardless of it size, we should bear in mind that we are exposing ourselves to at least some risk.
over things that we can control, and the tradeoff is exposing ourselves to traffic.
How much access and risk are we exposing ourselves and our children to?
Leaving the EU would also cut us off from our most important markets - more than half of our steel exports go to Europe, why would we risk exposing ourselves to tariffs?
So when we eat fish, we are exposing ourselves to the unnecessary risk of contracting a nasty bacterial illness that can lead to mild to extreme discomfort, nervous system damage, and even death.
Exposing ourselves to sun, smoking and air pollutants are the most common contributors.
Since each device that is connected to the Internet can theoretically be hacked, the ubiquity of these devices inherently means that we are exposing ourselves to more threats.
Creating technology without such rules may seem downright foolish today, yet we may be on our way to exposing ourselves to just such risks.
The first collection was called flesh and bone because we were exposing ourselves to the world for the first time.
Discipline is going to be important, not giving them an opportunity to kick to touch and use their driven lineout and not exposing ourselves to them putting the ball in the air.
We learn to manage it by exposing ourselves to small amounts while exercising common sense and a few sensible precautions.
Why are we exposing ourselves, our bodies needlessly to a known carcinogen?
The theory behind the hygiene fewer instances of cold and flu, it also means that we are exposing ourselves them to a higher risk of asthma and allergies.
It requires a commitment to challenging our long-held beliefs and exposing ourselves to very different worldviews over an extended period of time.