Confidence sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use confidence in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for confidence.

- Have
**confidence**in me. (8) - That means
**confidence**? (10) - There I build my
**confidence**. (4) - The first time he ever denied me his confidence! (4)
- Mr. Malise is not in my
**confidence**. (8) - Why, those brief words were the poetry of noble confidence! (10)
- If you have no
**confidence**in me I must bear it. (10) - Agostino had talked on to let her gain
**confidence**. (10) - You carry it about; you have no
**confidence**anywhere. (22) - I hate that secretiveness; it destroys all
**confidence**. (8) - Whitwell took Westover into his
**confidence**with a wink. (9) - She had him by the generosity of his
**confidence**in her. (10) - How could she take a couple of wolves into her
**confidence**? (10) - His
**confidence**and my growing recklessness acted in unison. (10) - She divined that her betrayer must be close in his
**confidence**. (10) - Mr. Eglett was taken into
**confidence**by him privately after lunch. (10) - Half an hour later, he was as foolish in supposing it a
**confidence**. (10) - It ought to give you more
**confidence**in the thing than you ever had. (9) - All his sanguine expectations, all his
**confidence**had been justified. (4) - She believed every liar, and gave her
**confidence**to every chatterer. (12) - She could resist it, if you and she were in full
**confidence**together. (10) - Jolly Butcher Billing spoke; but with none of the irony of
**confidence**. (10) - Jolly Butcher Billing spoke; but with none of the irony of
**confidence**. (22) - Whitwell looked at Westover with eyes of significance, if not of
**confidence**. (9) - With this spirit she sprang forward, and her
**confidence**did not deceive her. (4) - He had told her of his plan, and his
**confidence**had prevailed over her doubts. (12) - March said, to invite his further
**confidence**, that this was exactly his own case. (9) - Men in my
**confidence**would have supposed me more rational: I was simply possessed. (10) - She was not taken into their
**confidence**, and after awhile they recovered partially. (10) - He tried to hesitate, but he was in the hot vein of a
**confidence**and he wanted advice. (10) - Complete
**confidence**between solicitor and counsel is the essence of professional honour. (8) - He gave me a superficial explanation of her presence, but he withheld his real
**confidence**. (12) - She spoke with a
**confidence**which staggered, with a satisfaction which silenced, Mr. Knightley. (4) - While she was hearing from her sister almost weekly, her
**confidence**was buoyed on a summer sea. (22) - I have perfect
**confidence**in my sister, you see; I simply protest against her being exposed to . (10) **Confidence**was at once shaken in the secrecy of their associates; distrust and suspicion followed. (6)- It was not a taunting smile, but one of entire
**confidence**, and told all the more on his adversary. (10) - That might seem to indicate a certain lack of
**confidence**in the special proposal before the meeting. (8) - There were matters which he excluded from
**confidence**, even from intimate communication with himself. (10) - The superior degree of
**confidence**towards Harriet, which this one article marked, gave her severe pain. (4) - He is: but he is also an immortal, and his
**confidence**in unceasing orderly progression is rudely dashed. (10) - Pure without attenuation, passionate without contortion, when once heard it exacted absolute
**confidence**. (10) - But to do this, somebody must gain admittance to his cell, and who was to be taken into their
**confidence**? (10) - Camilla reposes perfect
**confidence**in this wretch, and brings her more doubtful husband to be of her mind. (10) - It implied on the part of those who proposed it a
**confidence**that Lowell was independent enough to use this right. (14) - They had been obliged to take the secretary of the hotel into their
**confidence**, in the process of paying their bill. (9) - In a nature like hers, so doubting and self-distrustful,
**confidence**, once shaken to the roots, could never be restored. (8) - The newspaper, be it published in a country village or in the largest city, seeks first the
**confidence**of its readers. (16) - The truth being that he had finally taken Andrew into his
**confidence**concerning the letter, the annuity, and the bond. (10) - Lady Valleys, whose ample presence radiated suddenly a businesslike and cheery
**confidence**, went to a bedside and sat down. (8) - She was told that now he wrote with the greatest
**confidence**of being often with them, almost as often as he could even wish. (4) - Even though we gain our independence, the government will be dominated by the rabid Whigs in whom we can have no
**confidence**. (18) - She knew certainly that the dim light of a recovering
**confidence**in herself was owing, all, to him, and burned to thank him. (10) - The editor need not repeat the bold strokes that won public
**confidence**; he has only to avoid anything that would forfeit it. (16) - Without breach of
**confidence**I may tell you that letters have been sent to headquarters; you can imagine perhaps what I mean. (8) - It seemed to me that there should be enough
**confidence**in me in your heart to make a detailed self-justification unnecessary. (12) - They liked to talk to each other in that blunt way; it is the New England way of expressing perfect
**confidence**and tenderness. (9) - If he cared for her so much, why had he not placed
**confidence**in her and commissioned her to speak of his election to his wife? (10) - His face expressed a transparent simple-mindedness that won the
**confidence**of the ladies and awakened their ideal of generosity. (10) - I do not suppose we are seriously committing a breach of
**confidence**, though he might have wished to mention it to you first himself. (10) - She was truly a high-minded person, of that order who always do what they see to be right, and always have
**confidence**in their optics. (10) - Let us ask this with
**confidence**; for it is not compatible with common justice that there should be any favouring of Painter over Playwright. (8) - Yet there our battle urges; there Spring heroes many: issuing thence, Names that should leave no vacant air For fresh delight in
**confidence**. (10) - Edward and Algernon journeyed down to Fairly together, after the
**confidence**which the astute young lawyer had been compelled to repose in his cousin. (10)

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