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.
“Bruce – Spoke to someone very senior in State (confidentially),” wrote Lynton.
Their job is to communicate directly, and confidentially, with governments, including the CIA, to whom this report was directed.
Jefferson leaned towards him confidentially, with one hand on the rails.
He confessed to them confidentially that he was the real boss of the building.
This they all heartily agreed to, and confidentially, on the journey up to Beckenham, spoke and bragged of their various crimes.
“Mary takes after her pa, poor child,” she had told Trudy confidentially.
Then the Judge decided to explain to him, confidentially, their long poverty.
"confidentially, of course," said Sewell, with a sneer so slight as not to be detected.