unbosom

Part of speech: verb

To free one's bosom of; confess.

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Usage examples "unbosom":

  1. His eyes lit up as he heard himself beginning to talk: " Yes, the old ideas," he repeated; and his voice became fuller and recovered the rather sing- song rhythm of earlier days, when he used to unbosom himself at great length of all sorts of ironical theories and mock philosophy, very often superficial, but always brilliant. - "The Twilight of the Souls", Louis Couperus.
  2. I was not sorry for this precaution, because I could unbosom myself without reserve before Miss Williams, who was the confidante of us both. - "The Adventures of Roderick Random", Tobias Smollett.
  3. Rather annoyed by this, since she greatly desired to unbosom herself, Miss Kendal walked disconsolately towards the Pyramids. - "The Green Mummy", Fergus Hume.