confiding, present participle; confided, past tense; confides, 3rd person singular present; confided, past participle;
Tell someone about a secret or private matter while trusting them not to repeat it to others
he confided his fears to his mother
“I have been afraid,” she confided
the judge confided that he had been swayed by the sister of the accused
Trust (someone) enough to tell them of such a secret or private matter
he confided in friends that he and his wife planned to separate
Entrust something to (someone) for safekeeping
the property of others confided to their care was unjustifiably risked
reveal in private; tell confidentially
entrust: confer a trust upon; "The messenger was entrusted with the general's secret"; "I commit my soul to God"
(confiding) willing to entrust personal matters; "first she was suspicious, then she became confiding"
Confide is an American metalcore band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 2004. They have released two EPs and three full-length albums. ...
(Confides) In media, the confidant (feminine: confidante, same pronunciation) character is usually someone the lead character confides in and trusts. Typically, these consist of the best friend, relative, doctor or boss. ...
To trust, have faith (in); To entrust (something) to the responsibility of someone; To take (someone) into one's confidence, to speak in secret with. ( + in); To say (something) in confidence