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 ?
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.
It is called Exposed and it is about exposing ourselves, who we are and what we stand for.
"Our preparation was about getting to half-time at 0-0 then exposing ourselves a touch in the second half and, you know, sometimes the hand of fate is with you, and last week it wasn't.
The reason for the jump is being laid partly at the feet of cheaper flights giving us the opportunity to enjoy two, perhaps three trips abroad a year, exposing ourselves to more and stronger sunlight.
The gratification is immediate, while the downsides of sharing so much data, whether it's exposing ourselves to a breach or inviting in manipulative advertising or just relinquishing any claim to a private sphere of life, might not come for a long time.
He said: "With growing scientific evidence on the toxic potential of glyphosate to humans, the environment and agriculture, I am calling on them to find a way of adapting to what we now know about the urgency of the environmental crisis - and the risk we are needlessly exposing ourselves and our children to."
By appearing, we are exposing ourselves to the world and we don't know what kind of reaction we might get from it.
"For a new property like Ocean, building that awareness is crucial, and exposing ourselves to an international audience like that is very important to the property," said Mike Donovan, chief marketing officer and senior vice president of Ocean Casino.
It seems that we are the only ones insisting on exposing ourselves to the certain harm of allowing firecrackers and fireworks to be handled by the public.
By constantly exposing ourselves to our fears - whether it's extreme sports, heights, horror movies, snakes or spiders - our ability to tolerate them grows.
This is a medical problem that can be prevented just by changing our lifestyle and exposing ourselves to the sunlight.
It is a natural process, just like childbirth, but we don't go around exposing ourselves in public when it's time for delivery, right?
How much access and risk are we exposing ourselves and our children to?
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.
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.