He confides in her, and she, too, grows to care for the ailing, deeply charismatic commander in chief.
One would like to think,” he confides, but “there for the grace of God go all of us.
He confides, with something like pride, that the feds are planning to indict him, along with Jerry, on a tax charge.
mid-15c., "to trust or have faith," from Latin confidere "to trust in, rely firmly upon, believe" (see confidence). Meaning "to share a secret with" is from 1735; phrase confide in (someone) is from 1888. Related: Confided; confiding.