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confidently

–adjective
1.
having strong belief or full assurance; sure: confident of fulfillment.
2.
sure of oneself; having no uncertainty about one's own abilities, correctness, successfulness, etc.; self-confident; bold: a confident speaker.
3.
excessively bold; presumptuous.
4.
Obsolete . trustful or confiding.

she walked the school halls confidently.

by gecko boots January 20, 2011


confidence

having the ability to walk through a hallway full of people and not caring what they think.

Dang, Alexandra sure has confidence.💘

by xx. -A. January 19, 2016

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confidence

The art of not giving a fuck.

*example of confidence*
I'm doing my best and don't give a fuck what anyone thinks.

by Dubiks December 10, 2018

128 up, 10 down


Confide

to tell a secret or private matter to someone, trusting that the person will not reveal the secret.

Couples should confide in each other

by engo23 September 18, 2013

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Confidant

a very loyal and, trust worthy person that you can share your innermost secretes with that will never share your information to another soul, EVER.

Cookie on #Empire is Luscious's confidant, She went to jail for her family and never snitched.

by TheTechTycoon June 24, 2015

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confidence

absolut could-care-fucking-less-what-every-fucking-body thinks

confidence is sexy.
confidence is sexy.
confidence is sexy.

by absolut attitude March 1, 2005

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Confidence

The thing girls say they want in a guy when they themselves usually don't have the confidence to make the first move.

Girl 1: "Hey, that guy who sits behind you in math?"

Girl 2: "What about him?"

Girl 1: "I think he's kinda cute"

Girl 2: "Ugh but he's so shy and quiet! Zero confidence. I wouldn't give him a chance."

The next day

Girl 2: "Oh look! there's that hot guy Trev! I soooo want him!"

Girl 1: "Go ask him out"

Girl 2: "Jeez that's intimidating! I'll just give him a smile and wait till he asks ME out"

by Biomeanace April 10, 2010

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