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confide
used in Rose Red

4 uses
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Definition
to place trust (in someone) by talking about private things or telling secrets
  • With no other trustworthy woman in whom to confide, I have no idea if this is normal or not, though I must admit it is thoroughly exhausting, if in no other way in terms of bathing and dressing.
    2 — 1907 (79% in)
  • ellen rimbauer the diary of 17 april 1907-seattle Dear Diary: I find it a somewhat daunting task to endeavor to place my thoughts here inside your trusted pages, I scarcely know if I am up to the task, but as my head is filled with lurid thoughts, and my heart with romance and possibility, I find I must confide in someone, and so it is to your pages I now turn.
    2 — 1907 (0% in)
  • I think I shall order Sukeena to destroy you, Dear Diary, if I should pass at childbirth, or in any way for that matter, for the secrets I confide here should never reach another's eyes.
    4 — 1909 (31% in)
  • John .... it seems John would not return Connie's notes .... and since it seemed unjust to Melissa that he should .... for you see, she had confided in me the nature of their .... their friendship.
    4 — 1909 (99% in)

There are no more uses of "confide" in Rose Red.

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