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confide
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

4 uses
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Definition
to place trust (in someone) by talking about private things or telling secrets
  • "Owen had some more to say," Mr. Meany confided to us.
    p. 142.0
  • When Mr. Early, who was Marley's Ghost, began to hack and sniffle, Dan confided to me that it would be perfect symmetry—for the play—if all the ghosts came down with something.
    p. 207.9
  • He confided to Owen and me that he was a little nervous about attending church; that he'd never once been forced to go to church when he was a child—his parents had not been religious, either—and that he'd only "set foot" in churches for weddings and funerals.
    p. 213.6
  • A friend of the family—a priest—is confiding to Mrs. Satterthwaite his opinion of how her daughter will, one day, respond to an infidelity of her husband's, which the priest believes is only to be expected.
    p. 499.0

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