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Synonyms for confidante

one in whom secrets are confided

a person whom one knows well, likes, and trusts

Words related to confidante

a female confidant

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The Confidante Miami Beach truly set the stage for my New Rules music video and the hotels unique vibe helped bring the story to life, said Dua Lipa.
The Confidante draws inspiration from the notion of being a trusted friend, providing guests with everything they need for an uncomplicated and timeless Miami Beach experience.
Later, those disciples realised He was referring to Judas, a so-called confidante of Jesus.
And although Jewell has opted not to return to the JJB Stadium to replace sacked Chris Hutchings, he is still Whelan's closest confidante and will help his ex-employer choose the new manager.
Meanwhile, Jonathan (Rafe Spall), who's engaged to Lucy's equally sensuous confidante Mina (Stephanie Leonidas), is dispatched to Transylvania to meet Dracula (Marc Warren), whom we first meet as an old panting geezer with long stringy hair, yellowing claws for fingernails and a predilection for sucking on photographs of pretty young things.
The vessel Confidante was used in a support role to the Togmore laybarge.
Long-time admirers of Donald Kohn, the recently appointed Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve, find themselves somewhat perplexed, Earlier this year the normally savvy former Fed staff member and Greenspan confidante took the surprising position of stating that the U.
Debuting June 8, the series--already a hit in the United Kingdom--stars Jemima Rooper as Thelma, a schoolgirl in love with her confidante and roommate, Cassie.
Confidante, dam of 1,000 Guineas runner-up Confidential Lady, has foaled a colt by Medicean.
The biography of the wife and trusted confidante of Ute Chief Ouray, Chipeta: Queen Of The Utes is the story of a Native American woman who was able to gain the trust of both whites and Utes as they sought here opinions on the issues of the day.
None other than Simone Simmons, the therapist and psychic who says she WAS a Di confidante.
David Somerville has been friend, mentor and confidante for a number of clerics: the late Archbishop Edward Scott, his ATC classmate; Archbishop Michael Peers, a member of his clergy staff at St.
Schmalhausen was a pupil, caregiver and confidante of Liszt in his last years.
Their projectionist, the laconic Buster Lighthouse Smith, becomes Stanley's friend, confidante and mentor.
She is a very remarkable woman herself' Mary told her cousin of the freed woman who would become her couturier, friend and confidante.