Most of the time we share our feelings and secrets with someone because we trust them not to tell other people. To confide in is to impart secrets trustfully to someone who we trust not to tell anyone else. Here are some commonly used expressions used to confide in someone.
|I believe you strongly
|I trust you so much
|I trust you implicitly
|Don’t tell anyone
|Don’t let the cat out of the bag
|Keep it under your hat
|You’re the person I believe much
|No doubt, you will never expose it
|You are my sole confidant
|I feel like I could tell you anything
|I want to tell you something
|Can you keep a secret?
|It’s top secret, you know it
|It’s top secret, don’t expose it
|I can tell you anything, right?
|You’re trustworthy person
|You are the only one I trust
|This is just between me and you
|Trust is very important to me
|I believe in trust
|This is completely confidential
|It’s not public