[ verb ] (news) be leaked
"The news leaked out despite his secrecy"
Used in print(James Boylan, "Mutinity"...)
When the Half_Moon put in at Dartmouth , England , in the fall of 1609 , word of Hudson 's findings leaked_out , and English interest in him revived .(Gene Caesar, Rifle for Rent....)
Rumors of the offer Tom_Horn had made at the Stockgrowers'_Association meeting had leaked_out by then , and as a grand_jury investigation of the murder got underway , the prosecuting_attorney , a Colonel_Baird , ordered that the tall stock detective be summoned for questioning .