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con·fid·ing

 (kən-fī′dĭng)
adj.
Having a tendency to confide; trusting.

con·fid′ing·ly adv.
con·fid′ing·ness n.

confiding

(kənˈfaɪdɪŋ)
adj
unsuspicious; trustful
conˈfidingly adv
conˈfidingness n

con•fid•ing

(kənˈfaɪ dɪŋ)

adj.
trustful; credulous or unsuspicious.
[1635–45]
con•fid′ing•ly, adv.
con•fid′ing•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.confiding - willing to entrust personal matters; "first she was suspicious, then she became confiding"
trustful, trusting - inclined to believe or confide readily; full of trust; "great brown eye, true and trustful"- Nordhoff & Hall
Translations
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tillidsfuld
jóhiszemû
fullur trúnaîartrausts; trúnaîargjarn

confiding

[kənˈfaɪdɪŋ] ADJ in a confiding toneen tono de confianza
he is too confidinges demasiado confiado

confiding

[kənˈfaɪdɪŋ] adjconfiant(e)

confiding

adjvertraulich; he’s not a confiding sort of personer vertraut sich keinem an

confiding

[kənˈfaɪdɪŋ] adjfiducioso/a

confide

(kənˈfaid) verb
to tell one's private thoughts to someone. He confided in his brother; He confided his fears to his brother.
confidence (ˈkonfidəns) noun
1. trust or belief in someone's ability. I have great confidence in you.
2. belief and faith in one's own ability. She shows a great deal of confidence for her age.
confident (ˈkonfidənt) adjective
having a great deal of trust (especially in oneself). She is confident that she will win; a confident boy.
confidential (konfiˈdenʃəl) adjective
1. secret; not to be told to others. confidential information.
2. trusted to keep secrets. a confidential secretary.
confidentiality (ˈkonfidenʃiˈӕləti) noun
ˌconfiˈdentially adverb
secretly; not wishing to have the information passed on to anyone else. She could not tell me what he said – he was speaking confidentially.
conˈfiding adjective
trustful.
conˈfidingly adverb
in confidence
as a secret; confidentially. He told me the story in (strictest) confidence.
References in classic literature ?
"Oh yes, I should like to learn French," Newman went on, with democratic confidingness. "Hang me if I should ever have thought of it!