cyfrinachu, chyfrinachu, gyfrinachu, nghyfrinachu
Verb(1) reveal in private; tell confidentially(2) confer a trust upon
(1) They gaze ardently into each other's eyes, confide dark secrets, embrace by rubbing cheek to cheek.(2) She laughed triumphantly and leaned closer to her daughter-in-law as if to confide a secret.(3) Read any supermodel burbling on about the ├ö├ç├┐secret├ö├ç├û of her breathtaking beauty and she'll confide , ├ö├ç├┐I drink lots of water.├ö├ç├û(4) Ian stopped, completely unaware of where this was coming from and knowing this was rather a private thing to confide so casually.(5) The story line is about a gay fashion designer inviting his friends over for lunch to confide a secret.(6) Definitely don't confide your deepest, darkest secrets to an untruthful bud.(7) As we mature it is possible for our parents to confide intimate details - depending on comfort levels a line can be drawn when sharing stories.(8) Among friends again, we may be happy to confide our innermost secrets, but when it comes to revealing how much we earn or save, most of us are less forthcoming.(9) It is all a matter of equestrian confidence, he confides .(10) ├ö├ç├┐Your hair is so pretty,├ö├ç├û Becca whispered confidingly , playing with a few strands of the silver hair.(11) She was the only teacher that Katie had ever felt comfortable enough to confide in .(12) She giggled, as if confiding a scrumptious secret.(13) Clients must feel secure in confiding their secrets and entrusting their most personal affairs to lawyers.(14) As a woman who has loved sweetly, she now learns passion, and trusting Frederic, she confides in him.(15) To the fixer everyone confides his or her woes over delayed luggage, airport passes and the rest, knowing that they will be sorted out.(16) Explain to your so-called bud that you confide in her because you trust her.
(1) confide in :: ymddiried mewn
(2) to confide :: i ymddiried
(3) confide to :: ymddiried i
1. reveal ::
2. open one's heart to ::
galon un agored i
3. trust ::
1. hold ::
2. keep ::
3. retain ::
confide, confided, confides, confiding
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