confession[ kuh n-fesh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF confession
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFESSION
After all, Silence is only man's confession of his deafness.
"There is little merit in this confession," quoth the bailiff sternly.
But the District Attorney was not inclined to credit the confession.
Joe Garson had shouted his confession without a second of reflection.
There was no lack of confession in her eyes; they showed him a new heaven and a new earth.
Special assurance of forgiveness is also given in Confession and Absolution.
You are never to mention this episode of the toss-up, or of my confession, to any living soul.
I was going to make you sign a confession, but it's not needed.
She omitted nothing, but searched her memory as if it were for a confession.
By her own confession, she had been reading this: studying it.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CONFESSION
- double take
- high sign