ostend

ostend
\\äˈstend\ transitive verb (-ed/-ing/-s)
Etymology: Middle English ostenden, from Latin ostendere to show
: to show clearly : exhibit, manifest

seemed to me somewhat to ostend his relationship with the … household — H.H.Johnston


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