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used in Burned by Ellen Hopkins

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to place trust (in someone) by talking about private things or telling secrets
  • We shared siblings, cohabited a double bed, confided concerns, divvied responsibilities.
  • She paused before answering as if to confide would legitimize my fears.
  • Confided hopes and dreams.
  • Part of me felt guilty that I hadn't confided.
  • Would she trust me enough to confide secrets?
  • If I confided in Aunt J, she'd want to do something, call someone—Dad or the cops.

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