sirdosh do'st, ishonchli shaxs
Noun(1) someone to whom private matters are confided
(1) But ten minutes later, I was his chief confidant and presumed best buddy.(2) And they often do not have an emotional confidant to share problems with.(3) Emotionally, a gay man can be a woman's best friend, her confidant , her support, her adviser.(4) This was not a question of dramatic emotional conversions, but simply a chance to share with a confidante and feel forgiven.(5) He was just two when we got together, so it wasn't easy, but now she is a friend and a confidante for him, someone who's not a parent.(6) She had also had the time to discuss the matter with her husband, their legal representatives and a few close friends and confidantes .(7) Find a confidante to whom you can confess the idea - or perhaps write about it.(8) I think this president has long looked to his key confidants , his closest friends, to key jobs.(9) Nobody knows who we really are, not even our closest confidants or companions.(10) I have a few American friends in the UK - but, again, most are acquaintances rather than my closest confidants .(11) Historically, Navy chaplains have been counsellors, confidantes and carers for sailors with Christian and non-Christian backgrounds.(12) So she is your best friend, your closest confidante , your mirror image, or even the bane of your existence.(13) It might be the effect of temporarily working somewhere different and missing various friends and confidants .(14) My colleagues were my best friends, family, peers, confidantes and mentors.(15) He appointed three close confidants to handle the state apparatus, the cabinet and the presidential household.(16) However, the harsh fact is that with his present set of confidants and advisers, he does not need enemies!
1. close friend ::
2. bosom friend ::
3. best friend ::
eng yaqin do'st
4. intimate ::
5. buddy ::
6. chum ::
7. pal ::
8. crony ::
9. gal pal ::
10. BFF ::
1. enemy ::
2. foe ::
confidant, confidantes, confidants
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