to give vent to (feelings, secrets, etc.); tell; reveal
Origin of unbosomun- + bosom
to reveal what one feels, knows, etc.
to tell or reveal one's feelings, secrets, etc.
verbun·bos·omed, un·bos·om·ing, un·bos·oms
- To confide (one's thoughts or feelings).
- To relieve (oneself) of troublesome thoughts or feelings.
To reveal one's thoughts or feelings.
(third-person singular simple present unbosoms, present participle unbosoming, simple past and past participle unbosomed)
un- +"Ž bosom (“the seat of emotions").