Your brother and many in the official Iranian media accuse your confidants of voodoo and devil worship.
Does Joe Biden run, as some of his confidants have been hinting?
The couple had few surviving intimates and confidants, most of whom were unlikely to be truthful in post-Nazi Germany anyhow.
Corchado has a wide net of confidants and sources each of whom shows a different side of Mexico.
She has also judged other women, her friends and confidants.
We cannot well betray them, and we are consequently their confidants par force.
I have always been Roy's friend—always, and now he has made Richard and you his confidants.'
You really think that these English people are their confidants?
He makes us feel his confidants and friends, as has been said.
But you and I are confidants and you have never yet betrayed me.
1610s, confident, "(male) person trusted with private affairs," from French confident (16c.), from Italian confidente "a trusty friend," literally "confident, trusty," from Latin confidentem (nominative confidens), present participle of confidere "to trust, confide" (see confidence). The spelling with -a- came to predominate 18c. and might reflect the French pronunciation.