Confidant

The confidant (t or t; feminine: confidante, same pronunciation) is a character in a story that the lead character (protagonist) confides in and trusts. Typically, these consist of the best friend, relative, doctor or boss. == Role == The confidant provides the writer of the story with a plausible device for communicating to the audience the mind ...
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Confidant

• (n. fem.) Alt. of Confidante
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confidant

intimate noun someone to whom private matters are confided
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Confidant

Con`fi·dant' ; 277) noun masc. , Con`fi*dante' (?; 277) noun fem. [ French confident , confidente , formerly also spelt confidant , confidante . See Confide , and confer Confident .] One to whom secrets, especially those relati...
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confidant

confidant A person trusted with private affairs, commonly with affairs of love. Now used somewhat more widely, so as to take the place of confident. 2. Entrusted with secrets; privy to a secret matter.
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confidant

someone to whom private matters are told
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confidant

[n] - someone to whom private matters are confided
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