confidante

[ kon-fi-dant, -dahnt, kon-fi-dant, -dahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF confidante

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Briefly she outlined the situation to Emma, who had long been her confidante.

It is, indeed, true that I have not done right, inasmuch as I have not made you my confidante.

But that which especially distressed her now was that she had not made a confidante of Hubertine.

"Monsieur's confidante is always at his distinguished service," she said.

If you do not wish to make a confidante of me, Josephine, I am sorry for it, but not offended.

Lady Clara, I have almost resolved to make a confidante of you.

May had been almost from the beginning the confidante of her cousin.

For this reason he had chosen to make Madge his confidante also.

He walked towards the door, and saw the confidante, who waited outside.

This Camilla was her governess, her friend, her confidante, I may almost say her mother.

WORD ORIGIN

1709, "female confidant," from French confidente, fem. of confident (see confidant).

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