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to tell in confidence

to put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance

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Wherever THESE can with propriety be confided, the coincident powers may safely accompany them.
From that time I looked upon this fortune as something confided to me for an especial purpose.
A sister to whom I have confided so much, aunt, will not be reluctant to confide in me.'
D'Artagnan had more than once related to his friends his adventure with the stranger, as well as the apparition of the beautiful foreigner, to whom this man had confided some important missive.
It was confided to Robert Stuart, who, though he had never been across the mountains, and a very young man, had given proofs of his competency to the task.
After months of memory loss, anxiety and being 'constantly tired',' it wasn't until she confided in a cousin, who is a doctor, that she realised what was happening.
Third husband Kieran, who will soon be divorced from the Loose Women star, has confided in pop singer Peter about his marital dramas.
When we met up she seemed really withdrawn and easily upset, and then she confided in me that she was unhappy with her boyfriend and that she wanted to leave him, but that she was afraid.
When asked about the sections charged against the teacher police station Gagra confided actually the doctor was sent medico legal report simple but as per the child protection and welfare act 2010 section 35 registered and confirmed under this section six month imprisonment with fine rupees fifty thousand as punishment.
She had confided in her father that certain people in the party were hostile to her.
According to a poll, more than a fifth of employees have recently confided in a colleague, while a similar number said they would turn to a workmate first.
Common sense suggests that when hearing testimony regarding allegations of sexual assault and abuse, juries ought to be able to hear from anyone that a victim confided in.
In a short reply to the squire she confided that her letter to him was the saddest that she had ever written in her life, stating that the soldier had deserted, been caught and shot!
The WAG also confided how she has finally put a smile back on the face of the England striker after his terrible World Cup campaign in South Africa this summer.
That means every single who has confided in a friend should be worried because they dont know where their secret is heading.