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confide
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Hard Times
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  • Confiding in you at all, on the faith of the interest you profess for him, I will not do so by halves.
  • ’Candidly to confess everything that has occurred to me,’ said James Harthouse, again gliding with the same appearance of effort into his more airy manner; ’I will confide to you my doubt whether he has had many advantages.
  • He added in his mind, ’And you speak to him with the most confiding eyes I ever saw, and the most earnest voice (though so quiet) I ever heard.’
  • ’Will you oblige me by confiding it?’

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

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