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 ?
What could the bewildered scouts do, masters as they were of every war-like artifice save this one, but trot helplessly after him, exposing themselves fatally to view, while they gave pathetic utterance to the coyote cry.
Anne longed for the power of representing to them all what they were about, and of pointing out some of the evils they were exposing themselves to.
They tricked me neatly and have taken me without exposing themselves to a scratch; but for what purpose?
See ye how dexterously they avail themselves of every cover which a tree or bush affords, and shun exposing themselves to the shot of our cross-bows?
Two men were arrested Saturday morning within minutes of each other for separately exposing themselves to women in downtown Eugene, according to police.
IRISH firms are exposing themselves to huge General Data Protection Regulation fines, it has been claimed.
Katha Ngo, Internal Medicine - Infectious Diseases specialist at the ManilaMed, pointed out that penitents could be exposing themselves to tetanus, a serious bacterial disease that affects a person's nervous system, leading to painful muscle contractions, particularly of the jaw and neck muscles and which is often life-threatening.
I also hope people who read her story will think twice before exposing themselves to such risks.
Army contract worth up to $434 million for night vision and targeting goggles that enable troops to identify targets without exposing themselves to enemy fire.
They were committing various indecent acts, which included showing the finger and exposing themselves," a Traffic Police official told Gulf News.
Byker Bridge has three narrow lanes, namely a bus and two car lanes and these morons are exposing themselves to danger and also holding up traffic.
They are also at risk of exposing themselves to some dangerous mind-numbing filler segments and it's advert-free too.
For example, when working under a fume hood, the user can still operate the stirrer without exposing themselves to potentially hazardous materials.
The young people involved did not perceive the risks they were exposing themselves to, they saw their activities as a bit of harmless fun.
The young people involved did not perceive the risks they were exposing themselves to and they saw their activities as a bit of harmless fun.