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confide
used in Interview with the Vampire

10 uses
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Definition
to place trust (in someone) by talking about private things or telling secrets
  • 'There is no bed in there,' they confided one to the other with nodding heads.
    Part 1 (31% in)
  • I sat there straining to hear voices in the rooms above, wishing that he would shut up, not wishing to confide for a moment my feeling for Babette or my hopes.
    Part 1 (38% in)
  • 'I don't want it if it hurts you,' she confided so softly that a human embracing us both could not have heard her or felt her breath.
    Part 1 (64% in)
  • A play, a tragedy in one act: I to leave her in his little parlor and confide to him in the anteroom that she was to die.
    Part 1 (65% in)
  • I told him my name, which I confided to almost no one.
    Part 2 (36% in)
  • And he looked at me, his eyebrow arched as if he were confiding a terrible secret.
    Part 2 (46% in)
  • I even conceived a savage jealousy of the dollmaker to whom she'd confided her request for that tinkling diminutive lady, because that dollmaker had for a moment given her something which she held close to herself in my presence as if I were not there at all.
    Part 3 (6% in)
  • And oh, how much I wanted to confide to him the breadth of what I didn't understand; how, searching all these years, I'd been astonished to discover those vampires above had made of immortality a club of fads and cheap conformity.
    Part 3 (42% in)
  • Lestat, in fact, had aroused in me feelings which I hadn't wished to confide in anyone, feelings I'd wished to forget, despite Claudia's death.
    Part 4 (10% in)
  • It seemed then that she had never existed That she had been some illogical, fantastical dream that, was too precious and too personal for me ever to confide in anyone.
    Part 4 (36% in)

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