Definitions

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  • adj. Not having been confided.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ confided

Examples

  • Vividly idealized but unconfided was the memory of

    The Dwelling Place of Light — Complete

  • Vividly idealized but unconfided was the memory of a seaside village, the scene of one of the brief sojourns of her childhood, where the air was fragrant with the breath of salt marshes, where she recalled, through the vines of a porch, a shining glimpse of the sea at the end of

    The Dwelling Place of Light — Volume 1

  • When Mr. Benny returned to supper he forbore from alluding to the incident until Hester -- her trouble still unconfided -- shook hands with him for the night.

    Shining Ferry

  • In secret, and with unconfided tears, she wrote a reply, alleging (what was true) that her feeble health demanded quiet, and praying that she might be spared the proposed journey.

    Not Pretty, but Precious

  • This must be a matter unconfided to any, even Alice Montagu.

    The Caged Lion

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