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Court records filed this month show that Evenflo reached a confidential settlement with Jillian’s family.

At General Atomics’ insistence, the FAA has already agreed to withhold trade secrets and other confidential commercial information.

When it comes to the Tolli situation, Vargas said she can’t comment on it in too much detail because it’s a confidential personnel matter, but in general, she thinks the board and college administration did their due diligence in the matter.

DSMB members are typically kept confidential to shield them from outside influence, but ProPublica has been able to identify a few members.

Bohra gained access to Amazon’s confidential information in her role overseeing financial data related to the company’s “transfer pricing” operations across different countries.

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“Bruce – Spoke to someone very senior in State (confidentially),” wrote Lynton.

In fact, more than a few have confidentially expressed their jealousy.

Here, a team of 60 is hard at work modernizing the way American diplomats talk to each other confidentially.

Their job is to communicate directly, and confidentially, with governments, including the CIA, to whom this report was directed.

Old Mrs. Wurzel turned confidentially to the vicar's wife and said, "Is her engagement generally known?"

"But times are altered since then, Gilly," said Miss Watling confidentially, and slipping her arm within his.

Some sprite, favourable to the peace of Hartledon, had been writing confidentially from Ireland regarding Kirton and his doings.

He was leaning confidentially across the counter, and his eyes met Bill's in a look that made the trader turn away.

She took him confidentially apart and explained to him that she had been in a condition of “penetration” for about three hours.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to confidentially, such as: behind closed doors, between ourselves, between us, between you and me, covertly, and don't breathe a word.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.