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Hell, it might even be better, because you’d be unburdened by years of expectations and lore.
My mother was a good woman, but she didn't realize how I often longed to unburden my heart to her.
You too have a skeleton in the family, I perceive; so let's unburden our souls and exchange confidences.
Constantine, Gorgo and old Eusebius were left together, and the young girl was longing to unburden her over-full heart.
Garson hesitated for a moment, then decided to unburden himself, for he craved precise knowledge in this matter.
WITHIN THE LAWMARVIN DANA
I understood well enough that it was through sympathy that he had invited me to unburden.
WHO GOES THERE?BLACKWOOD KETCHAM BENSON
I must unburden myself to some one—must confess that I have indeed broken down.
Langholm seemed glad to talk to him, to loosen his tongue, to unburden his heart ever so little.
Lydia leaned forward eagerly, the impulse to unburden herself overwhelming.
THE SQUIRREL-CAGEDOROTHY CANFIELD
Miss Burgess tried helplessly to unburden her kind heart of its aching sympathy.
THE SQUIRREL-CAGEDOROTHY CANFIELD

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