Confession [noun]

Definition of Confession:

admittance of information

Opposite/Antonyms of Confession:

Sentence/Example of Confession:

In his court confession, Yin Hongzhang said he mentioned to Yin Weidong in 2002 that he wanted to buy a car, drawing a $15,200 cash gift from the executive.

Don’t lead with the information as if it’s some kind of confession.

A product of the tough-on-crime era of the 1980s and 1990s, she was slow to respond to a stunning series of false confessions and wrongful convictions.

The same day, he also posted a more straightforward confession on his real blog.

It was on an occasion of the death of a man in this city by stabbing, who begged loudly for confession.

They will try to compel you to confession; and, though you are blameless, you will suffer the cruelest ordeal of transgression.

The narrative had excited him out of his apathy and physical exhaustion, the confession shaken the rigidity from his mind.

And the question would always remain if the highest honor would not have commanded confession.

Was it the threat of Tony's near arrival that made her confession—and his dismissal—at last inevitable?

The term confess, and the corresponding word confession, are employed in reference to the subject of Covenanting.