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


I wish,” he exclaimed patiently, “your father was more confiding.

Then he glanced at Helmsley again with a more confiding and favourable eye.

Anyhow, they were firmer and more confiding friends than ever.

Returning with it into experience, we gain a more confiding outlook on the future.

As she grew older she was more confiding in me, and displayed great love for her mother and sisters.

Nowhere have I ever seen exhibited a more confiding trust in God than was shown by them.

By-and-by he may reappear to despoil his more confiding fellows once more, and be the despair of the police.

This at least is certain, she is less shy, less reserved, more confiding; there is a tender grace in her manner unfelt before.

He had the same well-bred manners that Chief has, the same grace of movement, same repose, only more gentle and more confiding.