confiding : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v reveal in private; tell confidentially
- v confer a trust upon
- s willing to entrust personal matters
first she was suspicious, then she became confiding
News & Articles
- How To Actually Be A Good Listener
What's more frustrating than speaking without being heard? We've all been there: confiding in a friend as she paws at her phone; pitching an idea to a co-worker as he interrupts with his own; telling your mom about your day as her eyes glaze over -- apparently focusing on something else much, much more interesting than you.
Aug. 24, 2013 - The Huffington Post
- Mikko Hypponen in Sky News
F-Secure security expert Mikko Hypponen said: "It's worrying that employees in sensitive positions have been sharing confidential information. They might think they are confiding in friends or family when they go on Facebook. However, the recent...
- Dale Tallon in Canada.com
We'll rely on him in every aspect - coaching, drafting, trading,said Tallon. "We have a great relationship and I'll be confiding in him daily."
- John Dickinson in NewsWithViews.com
John Dickinson, signer of the Constitution, stated "Rendering thanks to my Creator for my birth in a country enlightened by the Gospel, to Him I resign myself, humbly confiding in His goodness and in His mercy through Jesus Christ for the events of...