unbosom


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms.
See: divulge
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
She entered into a close conversation with me about it, and unbosomed herself very freely.
Nor indeed could the friendship have lasted if East had shown no sympathy with these thoughts; so that it was a great relief to have unbosomed himself, and to have found that his friend could listen.
I have never fully unbosomed myself to any human being; I have never been encouraged to trust much in the sympathy of my fellow-men.
Wesley's first experiment with this structure aimed at helping them advance in perfection, to help them love each other more, to improve every leadership talent, and also "to have a select company, to whom I might unbosom myself on all occasions, without reserve" (Wesley, 1960, Vol.