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secret

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in confidence

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Synonyms for confidence

absolute certainty in the trustworthiness of another

a firm belief in one's own powers

the fact or condition of being without doubt

Synonyms for confidence

a feeling of trust (in someone or something)

a state of confident hopefulness that events will be favorable

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a trustful relationship

a secret that is confided or entrusted to another

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"We have to know that in one season it can happen to have this moment but I already said to my players don't lose confidence. We have to worry when we don't play good football."
"The ability to be open and communicate these challenges is essential; when people believe that the company is hiding something in times of crisis, they lose confidence," he said.
THE rental market is booming as buyers lose confidence on the housing market, say property experts.
The action may not even help Bush among his party base -- the vast majority of Republicans say it has not affected their level of confidence in Bush, and more say it has caused them to lose confidence than gain confidence in him.
"They lose confidence that the stuff is really working."
Extroverted students seated next to introverted ones made the introverted students lose confidence. The students asked to be seated back with partners who were similar to them.
"If you use words that leave too much room for interpretation or make it seem as though you don't know what you're doing, the client who's looking for your assistance will lose confidence in what you're saying and in you," says Monroe.
Defensively, attack the QB early and cause him to become frustrated and lose confidence in his blockers.
It seems that many couples lose confidence in the process which they have so long striven for, and decide that they do not want to settle for the second-best solution of a child not genetically related to one or other of them after all.
Likewise, if the secured creditors lose confidence during the proceedings, they can seek to obtain "relief' and bring the proceedings to a final halt.
Not surprisingly, many young dancers lose confidence during this time, as they see their technique slipping away.
Bush would cause the nation to lose confidence in the judge as an impartial guardian of the law.
Customers lose confidence in the ASP model too, when that happens.
The international community might lose confidence in the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) following nuclear tests by India and Pakistan last month, Thai Foreign Minister Surin Pitsuwan said Friday.
Tapping his head, Klopp went on: "If something doesn't work like you are used to and you don't lose confidence then you have nothing up here.