open (v.) 1
reveal, uncover, disclose
Cym V.v.58 [Cornelius to Cymbeline, of the Queen] she ... opened (in despite / Of heaven and men) her purposes
Ham II.ii.18 [Claudius to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern] Whether aught to us unknown afflicts him thus, / That, opened, lies within our remedy
Per I.ii.87 [Pericles to Helicanus, of Antiochus] should he doubt ... / That I should open [his deeds] to the listening air
Per V.i.132 [Pericles to Marina] thy griefs might equal mine, / If both were opened
TG I.i.126 [Proteus to Speed] open the matter in brief
WT IV.iv.733 [Autolycus to Shepherd] I command thee to open thy affair