confide sätze

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Confide sätze (in englisch)

  1. You can confide in me.
  2. We may confide in each other.
  3. To know that in you I confide.
  4. Surely Sadie would confide in.
  5. There was nobody I dared confide in.

  6. I swear he wanted to confide in me.
  7. Confide in him and you need no outer.
  8. But I did confide this to a number of.
  9. I didn’t have anybody to confide in.
  10. To you alone, then, may I confide my.
  11. She’d figured he would confide in her.
  12. Trust, therefore, and confide in one another.
  13. Scarlett became a friend that I could confide in.
  14. Listener up there! what have you to confide to me?
  15. Judas persistently refused to confide in his brethren.

  16. I confide it to your honour and to your love of justice.
  17. I keep wanting to tell you as a friend, to confide in you.
  18. And so I am going to confide in you; I will be your mentor.
  19. Lafferty confide in you about a connection she had with Mr.
  20. He was the only person I could confide in about this stuff now.
  21. Sarah would confide in her friend Marie Joyce on the same topics.
  22. I knew I could confide in her, and I don’t know why I didn’t.
  23. Trust is earned, Eva, but I’m happy that you can confide in me.
  24. Often the bulimic has few close friends that they will confide in.
  25. Be careful of whom you confide in, it would be better to say nothing.

  26. A man others obediently followed, who they could trust and confide in.
  27. So you see, children, it’s in your own interest to, ah, confide in me.
  28. What if a man, for example, were to confide in another man with a guilty but.
  29. Sir Anthony chose the wrong time to confide his little difficulty to his wife.
  30. At last something told he could confide in this being who waited so patiently.
  31. Why do you suppose he didn’t confide in you that he was having problems?
  32. I wanted so badly to confide in Jesse, but I didn’t want him to think I was crazy.
  33. It was years before she was able to confide in anyone about the events of that night.
  34. I confide this paper, in the writing of Doctor Manette, to the hands of the President.
  35. But what did I know? The deed was not then accomplished, neither did he confide in me.
  36. He persistently refused to confide in, or freely fraternize with, his fellow apostles.
  37. And to whom could he better confide his feelings than to Vasya, the happy man himself.
  38. He did, as he had to, confide in Stephen who for his own reasons was sworn to secrecy.
  39. He did confide in Ellen more than anyone else but always asked her to keep it to herself.
  40. Now here she was, in a cold and violent prison, with no support and no one to confide in.
  41. I could so wholly and absolutely confide in her, said he; and that is what I want.
  42. But it wa s obvious tha t he r confide nce in he r own pre scriptions ha d be e n sha ke n.
  43. He was ready to have someone in his life he could confide in and have a real friendship with.
  44. Fear that he would invoke the law forced Sonia to confide in her sister’s best friend, Altera.
  45. Leave him to build up the future for you, and I venture to say you will confide it to safe hands.
  46. Just something that made women trust me, nay, more than that: that induced them to confide in me.
  47. You can make them feel that they can confide their problems with you but you can never do the same.
  48. Maybe, she couldn’t bring herself to confide in Sandhya that she was in the thick of it with him.
  49. They confide in me under certain conditions, and I, by my actions, must prove that I am trustworthy.
  50. March smile, but she said gravely, Jo, I confide in you and don't wish you to say anything to Meg yet.
  51. Major Guighan was his adjutant so he was supposed to stay close to him, advise him, and confide in him.
  52. And all of this—or most of it, anyway, sanitized for mixed company—she longed to confide in Charlie.
  53. Already deeply regretting his decision to confide in his parents, Cador was torn between truth and deceit.
  54. It also should be noted here that Marilyn no longer felt compelled to confide in her half sister, Berniece.
  55. Besides, for some reason he could not explain, Travis did not feel among friends with whom he could confide.
  56. How flattered she felt that he chose to confide in her at the risk of even compromising himself at the ashram.
  57. From our monitoring of these, it is obvious that she has confided in you, when she had refused to confide in us.
  58. Would it hurt to confide in someone for the first time in her life? My mother was a school teacher like yours.
  59. Never in life! How could she confide in him after what he had said in the clearing? One thing was traveling together.
  60. She became extra matey with Shelley, encouraging her to confide in her and share her worries about her relationship.
  61. In Moscow Princess Mary had no one to talk to, no one to whom to confide her sorrow, and much sorrow fell to her lot.
  62. You all give me a feeling of being able to trust and confide in you, which in common intercourse one knows nothing of.
  63. They became increasingly more trustful of their brethren and slowly developed the ability to confide in their fellows.
  64. Whenever I confide in her I like some stranger on the road, she says scornfully: Only silly women fancy such men!.
  65. Knowing that he’d cause a scene if I told him about Sela, I decided not to confide in anyone about what I’d witnessed.
  66. I knew I couldn’t confide in my parents, and Julie was the closest friend I had in Big Bear Lake, other than Jesse himself.
  67. What was happening to him? He made a decision, it may not have been the best one but he felt that he had to confide in someone.
  68. In Moscow Princess Mary had no one to talk to, no one to whom to confide her sorrow, and much sorrow fell to her lot just then.
  69. She did bring herself, finally, to confess, and to confide in me: there was not a soul else that she might fashion into an adviser.
  70. I didn’t feel good about myself, Reagan will confide in his diary during a weekend at Camp David to recover from the debate.
  71. Why she waited till after the blow out in Heart’s class to confide this little secret with him he would probably never understand.
  72. And you know, no one has forced it out of you; no one of them knew you, but you came to confide in them yourself, from sentimentalism.
  73. He knew what it would mean to Leesa to have a normal mom, someone to hug and hold, to share with and confide in, to laugh and cry with.
  74. He did not confide in me at all, said Barbara, although I did make contact with him after he returned, to give him information.
  75. It would be better to plunge into that labyrinth, to confide themselves to that black gloom, and to trust to Providence for the outcome.
  76. It was good of her to confide in her new friend and mentor, when she had resisted attempts by Director Ivanovic to glean the information.
  77. He perceived the possibility of not returning to the Rue Plumet, and he could neither leave Toussaint behind nor confide his secret to her.
  78. Desiree' told me that having someone near her own age to confide in was an answer to her prayers as the brush motions calmed and relaxed her.
  79. Lydia asked, What about Dad’s journals? Sam had started keeping a diary after Helen left because there was no one left to confide in.
  80. It is useless to remind me that I have posed as your sister, and that to your sister you may confide anything, because I am not your sister.
  81. You are old enough now to walk by yourselves, but, whenever you wish to confide in me, pray do so, for I am no longer your nurse, but your friend.
  82. Those who were keeping journals or writing letters home began to confide in them about nervousness as they had before the Olympic trials at Princeton.
  83. My Jo, you may say anything to your mother, for it is my greatest happiness and pride to feel that my girls confide in me and know how much I love them.
  84. I greatly appreciate also, the fact of your deciding to confide to me, and apparently to me alone, ' the secret of your idea,' to use your own expression.
  85. Struggling with her internal strife, Faye finally decided to break free of her secrets and confide in the elder woman who appeared understanding and caring.
  86. He would seek the assistance of the only person he trusted, the one man to whom he could confide his hopes and fears; the chairman of his School Committee.
  87. There was more to this affair than met the eye, otherwise she would not be willing to become involved in the matter or confide this personal material in him.
  88. Troi knew all this, for she had been there, both in spirit and in his mind, but she also understood that it was therapeutic for Garcia to confide in her outloud.
  89. They sought to begin in the spirit, and to be made perfect in the flesh; to confide in Christ up to the time of repentance, and afterwards 'to trust in themselves.
  90. He felt tons better being able to confide his fears to Nick, for he knew the COPS Legend would be able to protect them, and so he continued on with his confidences.
  91. I will confide this tale of misery and terror to you the day after our marriage shall take place, for, my sweet cousin, there must be perfect confidence between us.
  92. If a child is afraid of his/ her parents, he/ she will not trust them nor will s/he confide in them his/ her feelings, thoughts, problems, concerns, anxieties and hopes.
  93. Had Celeste ever tried to confide in her? Madeline had probably been rattling on about eye cream or something equally superficial and hadn’t given her the opportunity.
  94. At last, in the colorful language of her better days, she allowed herself to confide in her daughter-in-law, with whom she had always maintained a certain plebeian camaraderie.
  95. It was a chance for the reticent Ulbrickson to relax, to open up and confide in the Englishman, to joke about shell house events, to smoke a cigarette out of sight of the boys.
  96. Max was not bothered that he had not been included, Robert probably felt he could confide in her; her relationship with the Duke (god rest his soul) and Sam were her credentials.
  97. His looks and his air seemed to say: I know all, there is nothing to tell me; all that you would confide to me, I already know; I know that you talk in one manner and act in another.
  98. We will need to be particularly clear, too, about ensuring that he understands about the need for absolute security, and only to confide in those that he - and we - can trust totally.
  99. I shall give him a good dinner, he will confide his son to my care, I will promise to watch over him, I shall let him follow in whatever path his folly may lead him, and then I shall have done my part.
  100. One dark night, about ten o'clock, the witness was walking on deck much dejected, when Henry accosted him—"Count Crillon," said he, "you have not confidence in me; you are unhappy; confide your sorrows to me.
  1. It may have been finally confiding in someone.
  2. But I can see them confiding in the Pope if they.
  3. So the reserve went off, and they were confiding and warm.
  4. Each of the confiding sessions proved to be surprisingly beneficial.
  5. In the end, confiding in Jill was easier than she’d imagined it would be.
  6. Over time the two became as close as sisters, each confiding in the other.
  7. They are not so wild and handsome, but they seem happy, confiding little things.
  8. She loved to sit there on the mountain-side with the confiding little goat by her.
  9. If not, I will probably tell them anyway, but as if I am confiding in a respected friend.
  10. Oh, I cannot go without taking leave of her; I cannot die without confiding her to some one.
  11. But after laughing about it and confiding in Sarah, they both concluded that everyone needs love.
  12. And was that an announcement, sounding behind this ungovernable mob? He made his tone soft, confiding.
  13. Her sentiments towards him were compounded of all that was respectful, grateful, confiding, and tender.
  14. Both began at once confiding to each other their impressions as soon as they found themselves in the street.
  15. The whole letter breathed loving rapture for his betrothed and tender and confiding affection for his sister.
  16. I had seen a woman in real despair, not hesitating to compromise herself by confiding in a man she hardly knew.
  17. Anxious to appear friendly and at her ease, she put out her hand with a confiding gesture, and said gratefully.
  18. She thought briefly of confiding in her mom, but decided it wouldn’t be fair to burden her with the decision.
  19. Everything was simple and good-natured, her gestures were rapid, direct, confiding, but she was greatly excited.
  20. I will insist on his knowing me and confiding entirely in me, without reserve, she cried, in a sort of frenzy.
  21. Good-natured, confiding, and forgiving as I had been, I became revengeful, cunning, and wicked, or rather, immovable as fate.
  22. She came up to the table, beaming with delight and seeming to expect something with childish, impatient, and confiding curiosity.
  23. She looked intently into her eyes; she still saw in those eyes the same simple-hearted, confiding expression, the same bright gayety.
  24. I pressed on anyway, confiding in a few friends about my decision, asking them to begin calling me by my new name to help me test it out.
  25. And, senor, think twice before confiding in any one whatever; even in the officers of the Company's steamers, if you ever get on board one.
  26. The letter went very soon, however, and was promptly answered, for Amy was homesick, and confessed it in the most delightfully confiding manner.
  27. By confiding in each other, they managed to lift off the weight they carried on their shoulders and found it easy to accept the truth about one another.
  28. Marilyn had been confiding in Pat about her need to quiet her mind for quite some time, and she believed Pat had to know what she was talking about.
  29. The one knows and therefore speaks with authority about the goodness and badness of flutes, while the other, confiding in him, will do what he is told by him?
  30. Clara slowly handed one leaf after another to the little creature; it became more and more confiding, and cuddling close to the child, ate the herbs out of her hand.
  31. We shall organize a popular vote, by yes or no, confiding the destinies of our beloved country to the wisdom and valiance of my heroic brother, the invincible general.
  32. I believe, sir, the people of the United States confiding their honor and national character to your guardianship, would this day decide the same question in the same way.
  33. This was how he fulfilled the unctuous promise made to the confiding parents at the time the girl was handed over to his tender mercy - that he would `make a woman of her'.
  34. At this same time, Marilyn began confiding in a very good friend, the excellent photographer Milton Greene (who would go on to take many of the most amazing photographs of her).
  35. Then the horizon expands; it is as if a voice cried, 'It is here!' You feel the need of confiding the whole of your life, of giving everything, sacrificing everything to this being.
  36. Of course she had no love for Willis Shaw; she should never indulge in that confiding, girlish thing again; but she respected him, and felt that with him she would at least be safe.
  37. She always addressed him with a radiantly confiding smile meant for him alone, in which there was something more significant than in the general smile that usually brightened her face.
  38. And with that object he had asked Gerasim to get him a peasant’s coat and a pistol, confiding to him his intentions of remaining in Joseph Alexeevich’s house and keeping his name secret.
  39. And with that object he had asked Gerásim to get him a peasant’s coat and a pistol, confiding to him his intentions of remaining in Joseph Alexéevich’s house and keeping his name secret.
  40. I wound up by laying my hand upon his shoulder, and saying, I can't help confiding in you, though I know it must be troublesome to you; but that is your fault, in having ever brought me here.
  41. Anna experienced almost physical pleasure in the sensation of his nearness, and his caresses, and moral soothing, when she met his simple, confiding, and loving glance, and heard his naive questions.
  42. When, at last, they stood together to be married, her confiding little hand in his and her downcast lashes throwing thick black crescents on her pink cheeks, he still did not know how it all came about.
  43. Our Administration, confiding in his assurances, in the face of all his previous conduct, published the proclamation of the second of November, and thereby assisted in deceiving our too credulous citizens.
  44. Why did Claire just get to pick up where they left off? She was confiding in Lydia like the last eighteen years hadn’t happened, like she hadn’t been the sole reason Lydia had been shoved out into the cold.
  45. For more than a century have the presumptuous dwellers of the hyperborean shores, relying on a reputation they have ill deserved, menaced and intimidated the humble and confiding monarchs of civilized Europe.
  46. Addressing himself to his former guide, who had now assumed the authority and manner of one who was to direct the future movements of the party, he said, in tones as friendly and confiding as he could assume:.
  47. Earl Dragon Hill, Rock Coast and Black Horse’s customary partner in intrigue, seemed to be growing increasingly concerned over his colleagues’ apparent intentions, but they were confiding less and less deeply in him.
  48. And now more than ever,’ she said with a mournful, confiding expression, ostensibly addressing her brother, but unmistakably intending her words only for Levin, ‘now when I have such need of some occupation, I cannot.
  49. The creditor is a good deal like the sparrow on whose tail confiding children are invited to put salt,—with this difference, that he applies the image to his claim, the proceeds of which he is never able to lay hold of.
  50. Bulstrode answered; I mean, by confiding to you the superintendence of my new hospital, should a maturer knowledge favor that issue, for I am determined that so great an object shall not be shackled by our two physicians.
  51. I was tremendously impressed to find that Ivan Fyodorovitch had not given up his idea of saving his brother, and was confiding this plan of escape to me, though he was still jealous of me and still convinced that I loved Mitya.
  52. Thus was from twenty to thirty millions of the property of our unsuspecting and confiding citizens, who had sought the rights of hospitality in his ports, sacrificed without a pretext, or with a pretext which added to the injury.
  53. Like a confiding child, she asked no questions, but left everything to God and nature, Father and Mother of us all, feeling sure that they, and they only, could teach and strengthen heart and spirit for this life and the life to come.
  54. She seemed willing to do her best; though she thrust the hearth-brush into the grates in mistake for the poker, and mal-appropriated several other articles of her craft: but I retired, confiding in her energy for a resting-place against my return.
  55. She seemed willing to do her best; though she thrust the hearth-brush into the grates in mistake for the poker, and malappropriated several other articles of her craft: but I retired, confiding in her energy for a resting-place against my return.
  56. On quitting the Rue des Ballets at daybreak, he had returned in haste to the elephant, had artistically extracted from it the two brats, had shared with them some sort of breakfast which he had invented, and had then gone away, confiding them to.
  57. And three times a day, Jo smiled at her Fritz from the head of a long table lined on either side with rows of happy young faces, which all turned to her with affectionate eyes, confiding words, and grateful hearts, full of love for 'Mother Bhaer'.
  58. Here is a very serious reason, my dear sisters, why at last, after an absence of twenty years in America, I am confiding to you this strange secret in the life of our beloved and lamented father, and of the old house where we were children together.
  59. Once Libby in a confiding moment had explained how Norm used to wake up with nightmares screaming, and how once when a car backfired near them, he dived into the bushes, and was actually white and shaking when she managed to finally co-erce him out.
  60. So what was going on in Gladys’s head? What was her motivation behind confiding in Grace? It’s not far-fetched that she hoped Grace would tell Norma Jeane the news and that her daughter would then track down Gifford and inform him that he was her father.
  61. The former was confiding to the latter his grief and fear, for it was the second time within a month that death had suddenly and unexpectedly entered that house which was apparently destined to destruction by some exterminating angel, as an object of God's anger.
  62. Master Lenehan at this made return that he had heard of those nefarious deeds and how, as he heard hereof counted, he had besmirched the lily virtue of a confiding female which was corruption of minors and they all intershowed it too, waxing merry and toasting to his fathership.
  63. Oh, dear, yes, he liked it amazingly! And was so touched and pleased by that confiding little kiss that all his crustiness vanished, and he just set her on his knee, and laid his wrinkled cheek against her rosy one, feeling as if he had got his own little grand daughter back again.
  64. A natural impulse of the general as he noticed the weather-vane on the parapet was to test the sentry's intelligence on "gas attack by the enemy," so as he approached the soldier he addressed him in a genial and confiding manner: "Well, my lad, and how's the wind blowing this morning?".
  65. What, sir, have the other party done? Have they disturbed the quiet of either House? Have they brought forward the mass of their voters as signers to petitions? No, sir, they have trusted the subject to their Representatives, confiding in their disposition and ability to speak their sentiments.
  66. Also a basket hung over the back of a chair, in which he vainly tried to hoist his too confiding sister, who, with feminine devotion, allowed her little head to be bumped till rescued, when the young inventor indignantly remarked, Why, Marmar, dat's my lellywaiter, and me's trying to pull her up.
  67. Moreover, having once lit upon my precious idea of frankness, and being bent upon applying it to the full in myself, I thought the quiet, confiding nature of Lubotshka guilty of secretiveness and dissimulation simply because she saw no necessity for digging up and examining all her thoughts and instincts.
  68. And the fruits of the divine spirit which are yielded in the lives of spirit-born and God-knowing mortals are: loving service, unselfish devotion, courageous loyalty, sincere fairness, enlightened honesty, undying hope, confiding trust, merciful ministry, unfailing goodness, forgiving tolerance, and enduring peace.
  69. By the last paragraph of the above letter of the Minister of the Finances, it would seem that the Emperor and King has shut his eyes upon past engagements, and referred all that concerns us to the second day of February, when new toils are to be spread, as is to be presumed, for the unsuspecting, credulous, and confiding American merchant and navigator.
  70. Besides, though taste latterly had deteriorated to a degree, original music like that, different from the conventional rut, would rapidly have a great vogue as it would be a decided novelty for Dublin's musical world after the usual hackneyed run of catchy tenor solos foisted on a confiding public by Ivan St Austell and Hilton St Just and their genus omne.
  71. So rare and so exceedingly pretty are some of these little figures, that they have become objects of unlawful desire to certain soulless curiosity-mongers, who have rewarded an open and confiding hospitality with base attempts at spoliation; and now a person is employed to live in the cottage just beyond us, and do little else than take care of these unique possessions.
  72. They leave their children almost continually to the care of strangers, confiding them first to the instruction of persons who are usually foreigners, and then sending them to public educational institutions, so that of family life they have only the sorrows, and the children from infancy are as unhappy as their parents and wish their parents dead that they may become the heirs.
  73. That night--it was the fourteenth of August--he sat up late, and wrote two fervent letters; one was to Lucie, explaining the strong obligation he was under to go to Paris, and showing her, at length, the reasons that he had, for feeling confident that he could become involved in no personal danger there; the other was to the Doctor, confiding Lucie and their dear child to his care, and dwelling on the same topics with the strongest assurances.
  74. There was something so natural and winning in Clara's resigned way of looking at these stores in detail, as Herbert pointed them out; and something so confiding, loving, and innocent in her modest manner of yielding herself to Herbert's embracing arm; and something so gentle in her, so much needing protection on Mill Pond Bank, by Chinks's Basin, and the Old Green Copper Ropewalk, with Old Barley growling in the beam,—that I would not have undone the engagement between her and Herbert for all the money in the pocket-book I had never opened.
  75. The words of Anselmo struck Lothario with astonishment, unable as he was to conjecture the purport of such a lengthy preamble; and though be strove to imagine what desire it could be that so troubled his friend, his conjectures were all far from the truth, and to relieve the anxiety which this perplexity was causing him, he told him he was doing a flagrant injustice to their great friendship in seeking circuitous methods of confiding to him his most hidden thoughts, for he well knew he might reckon upon his counsel in diverting them, or his help in carrying them into effect.
  76. And when these things unite in a man of greatly superior natural force, with a globular brain and a ponderous heart; who has also by the stillness and seclusion of many long night-watches in the remotest waters, and beneath constellations never seen here at the north, been led to think untraditionally and independently; receiving all nature's sweet or savage impressions fresh from her own virgin voluntary and confiding breast, and thereby chiefly, but with some help from accidental advantages, to learn a bold and nervous lofty language—that man makes one in a whole nation's census—a mighty pageant creature, formed for noble tragedies.
  77. This having been done, steps were taken to ransom our three comrades, so as to enable them to quit the bano, and lest, seeing me ransomed and themselves not, though the money was forthcoming, they should make a disturbance about it and the devil should prompt them to do something that might injure Zoraida; for though their position might be sufficient to relieve me from this apprehension, nevertheless I was unwilling to run any risk in the matter; and so I had them ransomed in the same way as I was, handing over all the money to the merchant so that he might with safety and confidence give security; without, however, confiding our arrangement and secret to him, which might have been dangerous.
  1. They confided him to God.
  2. But she also confided in me.
  3. If she confided in him, she.
  4. He had confided with some of.
  5. Clara never confided in any one.
  6. Helen must have confided in Rose.
  7. He confided a suspicion to Tahlmute.
  8. Marie confided the experience to Mrs.
  9. He had confided to friends that he.
  10. He confided in me and he was worried.
  11. I think he confided in me and Tony only.
  12. I should have confided in him: he would.
  13. Mihalovna to whom he confided his secrets.
  14. She confided in me that her little girl.
  15. Old smuggling tunnels, she confided.
  16. Westenra has confided to me that her doom.
  17. And I know why, because Janet confided in me.
  18. I should have confided in her a long time ago.
  19. I, too, confided in Frank some short time ago.
  20. You remember that thing I confided in you the.
  21. Not much of a trouble shooter, Engler confided.
  22. He had confided it to her to send to his sister.
  23. The administrator was not the man to be confided in.
  24. He confided that he was only marginal with the bow.
  25. He confided her to the sisters, who put her to bed.
  26. She had confided in him that she had been a lesbian.
  27. You should have confided in me sooner, she said.
  28. What a hole, Chuck Day confided in his journal.
  29. Eventually, she confided in me that her name is Dawn.
  30. Mr Jenkins had later confided in him that he had often.
  31. While Merthin was at Tench, she confided in Madge Webber.
  32. But Euredon confided what he planned to Andrastus and me.
  33. And it’s clear to me that he’s never confided in anyone.
  34. Well yes, it is a matter of fact, confided the sentry.
  35. As soon as he saw Sarah he confided in her what he had heard.
  36. Those to whom the secret has been confided usually try so to.
  37. He has confided to his staff that Nancy Reagan’s a bitch.
  38. I have been thinking, my poor child, that if you had confided.
  39. Jesus confided to them the reason for his coming forth to pray.
  40. He sees the slaughter of the southern braves confided to him by.
  41. Ruby was distressed and confided her devastating news to Joseph.
  42. The following Monday, I confided in Maria that I was in recovery.
  43. Looking at that statue now, he confided mutedly, now I.
  44. The outlook is not good as the doctor confided in Laurence and me.
  45. I won’t wait until they fire me, he confided to a friend.
  46. A woman once confided to me, My whole sexual expression is to.
  47. Left alone with my mother, Marya confided to her part of her plans.
  48. Alistair then repeated what he had already confided to Tom, about.
  49. The man she now confided in, Leonard Heigener, was speaking to her.
  50. Another person confided that he practices sex transmutation through.
  51. Jesus confided in the Disciples and these were His circle of friends.
  52. He confided that he did love him, but certainly not in any sexual way.
  53. Joe confided in him and told him he was fed up with what he was doing.
  54. It would mean three more bloody years of study he confided in him.
  55. But you have confided in me that you hate the Emperor, Garcia said.
  56. He confided that George had told him how anxious I was to go on campaign.
  57. At least that’s what he confided to Donovan and Donovan in turn told me.
  58. Before his death, he supposedly confided to his Presbyterian minister, Dr.
  59. To her heart I confided much of what has since been so hideously realised.
  60. She had confided in her sister Maeve, that she had been having heavy periods.
  61. Another woman let me know that her boss at work had confided in her that an.
  62. Poor dear, sweet lady! She confided to me that she has got her death warrant.
  63. It was her mother who confided her to me; I can only resign her to her mother.
  64. Devon, who’s her best friend, whom she took home, took on jobs, confided in.
  65. He confided that his mother dreaded these visits and wondered what use if any.
  66. Alone with my mother, Marie confided to her, in part, the object of her journey.
  67. This distressed him so greatly that one day he confided his grief to the grand-.
  68. I confided Marie to my dear old Saveliitch, and gave him a letter for my father.
  69. Linda had confided that her father had regularly abused her sexually as a child.
  70. The performance of this duty could have been most safely confided to the States.
  71. One day he confided in his Irish friend Marcus who was happily working in Slough.
  72. And he too, most likely, had an Agafea Mihalovna to whom he confided his secrets.
  73. The two men she confided in the most were Nick and Conrad, but especially Conrad.
  74. He confided that he was unhappy in the profession he was in and wanted to change.
  75. This answer much distressed the king, who again confided his trouble to his vizir.
  76. I had not asked for his help, and I felt guilty because I had not confided in him.
  77. She always confided in him, but this was the first time he saw her unsettled by it.
  78. Surgeon Darrik was reluctant to speak his findings to you, but he confided in me.
  79. It was about this time that Bridget had a vision and an idea that she confided in Joe.
  80. Oh Karl this whole trip as been a waste of time and money confided Peter to him.
  81. One practical working-class father confided his ambitions for his sons future to me.
  82. Over the past two weeks she had grown close to Eli and she had confided a lot in him.
  83. Whatever she said to Mars must have scared him because he never confided in any of us.
  84. She had only been sixteen when I was born, and it was unlikely Mama had confided in her.
  85. I am told, he had once confided to one of his friends that all his travels and business.
  86. Jacob raised his head to look into Andrew’s eyes when Andrew confided, I miss him too.
  87. With the next luncheon date closing in, I finally confided to my wife, whose best friend.
  88. She confided in Joe who although initially laughed at the idea was surprisingly supportive.
  89. Matthew confided in him that he thought they were both nice including Irene the blonde one.
  90. He confided, almost confessed to me that he had always tried to live his life much as I had.
  91. But like all old people she’d gotten to talking about things that happened confided in her.
  92. Waving Caleb away, Moshe turned to Youssaf and confided with a frown, I don't get it! The.
  93. They confided to Rob that they’d joined mostly for the easy sex with pretty boys and girls.
  94. From that time I looked upon this fortune as something confided to me for an especial purpose.
  95. I think this dress deserves a second chance, I confided to Mom during our visit with her.
  96. He had confided his intentions to no one, for fear of causing the public anxiety by his absence.
  97. Slurping his soup, he confided, I've been thinking that my life would make a helluva good movie.
  98. He found himself ringing home and talking to Sarah, whom he had confided in about having the date.
  99. I sure wish you were going, Carter confided in Garcia when Jody was out of earshot, sighing.
  100. He was my friend: he had no secrets from me, and if this had been so he would have confided in me.
  1. I know it, Madame confides in me.
  2. Perhaps that is why he confides in me.
  3. Whimple confides to me that he is certainly going.
  4. It made me cry for two days! she confides in me.
  5. He confides in the delicacy of your feelings, and in your friendship for him.
  6. During these visits, deVeau confides that she is still haunted by the night that she shotgunned her daughter to death.
  7. However, “international opinion” did serve, Justice Kennedy confides, as “respected and significant confirmation” of its ruling.
  8. He confides in Gerard that he has been taking survivor jobs, usually using false names and falsifying his resume so that employers would not learn of his criminal history and addiction issues.
  9. When we voted for the twenty-five thousand men he supposed the Executive intended war—but he has now such information from a friend in whom he confides, as leads him to believe that offensive operations are not meant.
  10. But it is equally true, that wherever the constitution confides to the State governments the right to perform any act in relation to the Federal Government, it imposes the most solemn obligation upon them to perform the act.
  11. Henry, who is in every other respect exactly what a brother should be, who loves me, consults me, confides in me, and will talk to me by the hour together, has never yet turned the page in a letter; and very often it is nothing more than, ‘Dear Mary, I am just arrived.
  12. Judges, whose duty it is to judge and condemn criminals, conduct their trials in such a fashion as to prove them innocent; thus the Russian government, when it desires the condemnation of those it wishes to punish, never confides them to the ordinary tribunals; it tries them by court-martial, which is but a parody of justice.
  13. Whether the United States shall continue passive under these progressive usurpations, and their accumulating wrongs, or, opposing force to force in defence of their national rights, shall commit a just cause into the hands of the Almighty Disposer of events, avoiding all connections which might entangle it in the contest or views of other powers, and preserving a constant readiness to concur in an honorable re-establishment of peace and friendship, is a solemn question, which the constitution wisely confides to the Legislative Department of the Government.

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