And he offered to make Peter Lauria “well-rewarded” if he fessed up.
Cordle fessed up, manned up, and made amends as best he could.
I explained that it was just training and then fessed up when I got home.
At least you have done the square thing and 'fessed up, and now you'll be man enough to take what's coming to you.
"Added the preacher's claim," blurted Terry, and 'fessed up.
And strangely enough when we 'fessed up, he didn't seem astounded in the least.
"I'll tell you about it after Mollie has 'fessed up," evaded Betty, seeming a trifle sorry for her confidence.
To confess; admit the truth: Then why doesn't the judge come clean and fess up?/ He finally fessed up to something that I've known a long time (1840+)