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confide
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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • The deed was not then accomplished, neither did he confide in me.
  • Confided to the cares of Messrs.
  • Confide in Madame Defarge.
  • Our customers over there, seem not to be able to confide their property to us fast enough.
  • They came, and the shady house was sunny with a child’s laugh, and the Divine friend of children, to whom in her trouble she had confided hers, seemed to take her child in his arms, as He took the child of old, and made it a sacred joy to her.
  • To her father himself, he wrote in the same strain; but, he told her father that he expressly confided his wife and child to his care.
  • I confide this paper, in the writing of Doctor Manette, to the hands of the President.
  • Not only do I feel, since last night, that I dare not confide to him the details of my projects; but also I feel that if I delay, there is danger of his giving warning, and then they might escape.
  • That night—it was the fourteenth of August—he sat up late, and wrote two fervent letters; one was to Lucie, explaining the strong obligation he was under to go to Paris, and showing her, at length, the reasons that he had, for feeling confident that he could become involved in no personal danger there; the other was to the Doctor, confiding Lucie and their dear child to his care, and dwelling on the same topics with the strongest assurances.

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  • She confided in her parents.
  • She confided in me. I won’t repeat what was said.

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