confidant[ kon-fi-dant, -dahnt, -duh nt, kon-fi-dant, -dahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF confidant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFIDANT
At all events, this was a subject upon which I received no enlightening from their confidant.
Sooner or later it must have been so; and I want a confidant.
Everybody there was for the moment the confidant of his neighbour.
He thought she went to find a confidant outside, that she was preparing her treason.
The confidant, oddly, was a picture in the silent, awe-inspiring company-room.
The worst would be that he was in love and that he needed a confidant to work it.
She felt that she must make a confidant of some one, even though it was Katy, the maid.
The Queen, having no one else to treat as a confidant, often talked to him about Phillips.
By degrees, too, you become a kind of confidant of the whole household.
You must take his word for that; she is not likely to make a confidant of you.