Confess [verb]

Definition of Confess:

admit, confirm

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Sentence/Example of Confess:

Yin Hongzhang confessed to expediting Sinovac’s vaccine certifications in return.

When Mahomes was drafted in 2017, Hill confessed this week, he didn’t think much of his would-be partner.

The jury was split 10 to 2 on most of the robbery charges and 11 to 1 on the rest, and Edwards — who police said confessed — was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

She confessed to the police that she had stolen drugs and patients’ property.

“I never wanted to play guitar,” he confessed at a talk at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in 2015.

After turning him in to the police, Mambetov says her now ex-friend confessed to his crimes and was arrested on six counts of fraud before being released on bail and fleeing.

I confess that I was a little surprised that they did decide to start playing again — I thought this was it for the season.

When the father had finished, he stabbed his wife, telling her to repent of her sins and to confess to God who would pardon her.

Pride forbade him to confess himself a homeless, penniless vagabond.

If I were a vain man I should confess that they rather gave themselves away.