She came up to the table, beaming with delight and seeming to expect something with childish, impatient, and confiding curiosity.
She looked intently into her eyes; she still saw in those eyes the same simple-hearted, confiding expression, the same bright gayety.
When in the utmost terror he confided this to Father Zossima, the elder had advised continual prayer and rigid fasting.
Everything was simple and good-natured, her gestures were rapid, direct, confiding, but she was greatly excited.
Mitya went on with the same confiding ingenuousness, drying his face and hands on the towel, and putting on his coat.
Alyosha suddenly gave a wry smile, cast a strange, very strange, look at the Father to whom his former guide, the former sovereign of his heart and mind, his beloved elder, had confided him as he lay dying.
I was tremendously impressed to find that Ivan Fyodorovitch had not given up his idea of saving his brother, and was confiding this plan of escape to me, though he was still jealous of me and still convinced that I loved Mitya.
Ah, he likes being always surrounded with company, and he likes to tell his companions everything, even his most diabolical and dangerous ideas; he likes to share every thought with others, and expects, for some reason, that those he confides in will meet him with perfect sympathy, enter into all his troubles and anxieties, take his part and not oppose him in anything.
I will insist on his knowing me and confiding entirely in me, without reserve," she cried, in a sort of frenzy.
"I took your Agrafena Alexandrovna downstairs myself, and confided her to the care of the landlord’s daughters, and that old fellow Maximov is with her all the time.