To reveal confidential, true, personal information about someone against their will and without their permission.
Someone who is outed usually experiences embarrassment, social stigma, loss of friends, income, and/or other negative consequences as a result of being outed.
"He says he's 21, but he's only 20 and has a fake ID! I outed him and now he can't get into bars on campus anymore!"
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