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What is another word for confession?

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Pronunciation:

[k_ə_n_f_ˈɛ_ʃ_ə_n], [kənfˈɛʃən], [kənfˈɛʃən]
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Synonyms for Confession:

disclosure (noun) penitence (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Confession:

  • confesions,
  • confuion,
  • confension,
  • convrsion,
  • convestion,
  • confunsion,
  • confusuon,
  • conession,
  • comfession,
  • confessin,
  • conversatsion,
  • convension,
  • confesion,
  • confushon,
  • constion,
  • confenssion,
  • confusoin,
  • confustion,
  • cofussion,
  • conestion,
  • confishon,
  • cofusion,
  • conversstion,
  • connsession,
  • consesion,
  • confusuin,
  • sonfusion,
  • conffesion,
  • confsuion,
  • convesation,
  • convetion,
  • conscession,
  • convasion,
  • comfusion,
  • confosion,
  • contussion,
  • confussion,
  • cofession,
  • conssesion,
  • confostion,
  • confuseion,
  • confetion,
  • conversian,
  • convesion,
  • confsion,
  • conversarsation,
  • confuusion,
  • connestion,
  • confiusion,
  • confusuion,
  • confotion,
  • conversiom,
  • confron,
  • congesion,
  • conpassion,
  • connetion,
  • confusition,
  • conffessions,
  • convershation,
  • conversasion,
  • cunfusion,
  • confersation,
  • conversession,
  • confision,
  • conffussion,
  • covention,
  • confition,
  • confusionn,
  • converasion,
  • confaltion,
  • confestion,
  • converion,
  • covnetion,
  • confusioon,
  • conersion,
  • confusision,
  • concesssion,
  • confesstion,
  • conversiuon,
  • confusesion,
  • converision,
  • conferation,
  • confasation,
  • conetion,
  • cuncussion,
  • confusiong,
  • conversastion,
  • infussion,
  • confushion,
  • coversion,
  • convicion,
  • concersion,
  • confusetion,
  • convertaion,
  • consession,
  • confucsion,
  • confusiion,
  • conversio,
  • consion,
  • consussion,
  • confersion,
  • consetion,
  • conversiation,
  • conversashon,
  • conpression,
  • covnersion,
  • convershion,
  • conventio,
  • confusio,
  • conffusion,
  • conssession,
  • confedertion,
  • cionfusion,
  • confesson,
  • conncession,
  • confusioin,
  • confuision,
  • confution,
  • confuison,
  • confosation,
  • conission,
  • conletion,
  • converssaition,
  • comversion,
  • conmission,
  • confussions,
  • congession,
  • connnetion,
  • confention,
  • convastion,
  • convorsasion.

Rhymes for Confession:

  1. question, hessian, session, freshen;
  2. procession, impression, succession, regression, obsession, accession, recession, progression, expression, aggression, transgression, depression, compression, suppression, profession, digression, concession, precession, oppression, possession, repression, discretion, secession;
  3. decompression, misimpression, nonaggression, intercession, repossession, indiscretion;

Quotes for Confession:

  1. A guilty conscience needs to confess. A work of art is a confession Albert Camus.
  2. I'd stand in line for Confession with old people and little kids, and as the line moved up, I knew when I got into the box that I would lie! Again! Mercedes McCambridge.
  3. If every time you engage in a sex act, you go into a confession box, you will never accept your own sexuality. George Weinberg.

Idioms of Confession:

  1. confession is good for the soul;
  2. ( Open) confession is good for the soul.;

Adjectives for Confession:

  • sudden and unabashed,
  • oddly unnecessary,
  • almost blithe,
  • bland and almost blithe,
  • undoubtedly drunken,
  • miserable ultimate,
  • supposedly fake,
  • journal or private,
  • purportedly public,
  • full and purportedly public,
  • full & final,
  • tramp-royal,
  • heart-rending, timid,
  • full but difficult,
  • outward general,
  • cooeperation mutual,
  • original, generic,
  • own, spontaneous,
  • refusal and bold,
  • steadfast and unanimous,
  • sacramental,
  • sweetly naive,
  • naive and quite significant,
  • noble and amazing,
  • brave and outright,
  • pitiful degrading,
  • generous and highly honorable,
  • frankly repentant,
  • bald, hopeless,
  • instinctive and inspirational,
  • amazingly frank,
  • honest and naive,
  • public and glorious,
  • separate or new,
  • courageous and steadfast,
  • strange amazing,
  • last and bold,
  • equally scandalous,
  • own menacing,
  • sad, disgraceful,
  • evidently truthful,
  • astonishing personal,
  • enormous sad,
  • rather shameful,
  • honest, clean,
  • frank, artless,
  • sincere, humble,
  • veritable last,
  • refreshingly honest,
  • genuine and heartfelt,
  • own shocking,
  • open and complete,
  • bold, open,
  • perhaps open,
  • clear, correct,
  • own abject,
  • subsequent public,
  • simple and consistent,
  • hot open,
  • fine honest,
  • simple and short,
  • \-final,
  • horribly painful,
  • sincere and intelligent,
  • long and circumstantial,
  • still immature,
  • new or different,
  • somewhat naive,
  • own cynical,
  • irresistible little,
  • never open,
  • humble and contrite,
  • open, free,
  • simple and humble,
  • open and free,
  • real honest,
  • possible personal,
  • clear and satisfactory,
  • nice straight,
  • pre-recorded,
  • similar general,
  • solemn public,
  • unmotivated,
  • sudden, strange,
  • open, honest,
  • highly honorable,
  • deeply personal,
  • always open,
  • almost incoherent,
  • self-described,
  • purely fictitious,
  • hard, dark,
  • emphatical,
  • own guilty,
  • iffy,
  • face-saving,
  • last bitter,
  • bald-faced,
  • own gentle,
  • big public,
  • long overdue,
  • grand public,
  • almost comical,
  • last good,
  • own last,
  • strange and mysterious,
  • flat-out,
  • more essential,
  • own previous,
  • dumbest,
  • twenty-eighth,
  • refusal,
  • own simple,
  • plain and simple,
  • own strange,
  • more true,
  • face-to-face,
  • such public,
  • inspirational,
  • sheepish,
  • autobiographical,
  • eighth several,
  • clear and unchanging,
  • aural,
  • long negative,
  • remarkable editorial,
  • artless, childish,
  • non-sacramental,
  • valid and fruitful,
  • sincere and repentant,
  • wild and fictitious,
  • frank mutual,
  • speedy and abject,
  • own unblushing,
  • personal intimate,
  • significant and pathetic,
  • full and ingenious,
  • plain and sincere,
  • open and glorious,
  • free and ingenious,
  • free and humble,
  • reluctant and sorrowful,
  • unusually candid,
  • pitiful, pitiable,
  • short and humble,
  • new and erroneous,
  • childishly pure,
  • own penitential,
  • full and abject,
  • public and oral,
  • surprisingly honest,
  • last frank,
  • sacramental,
  • bald and hideous,
  • public and emphatic,
  • full and sad,
  • incredibly sad,
  • timid, reluctant,
  • equally needy,
  • fresh, spontaneous,
  • frank and unabashed,
  • fierce impulsive,
  • open and full,
  • sturdy and simple,
  • sweet and frank,
  • refreshingly frank,
  • seemingly humble,
  • low, toneless,
  • mute, unconscious,
  • wild, inarticulate,
  • such evangelical,
  • general and open,
  • entire so-called,
  • full and conscientious,
  • better open,
  • fresh and full,
  • silent, despairing,
  • sacramental and sacerdotal,
  • full and bitter,
  • complete and open,
  • own remorseful,
  • own satirical,
  • secular or regular,
  • common ecclesiastical,
  • curious public,
  • strangest and wildest,
  • silent, mutual,
  • charming, frank,
  • old baptismal,
  • pious and modest,
  • wonderful and unprecedented,
  • noble and candid,
  • rare and notable,
  • frank and merry,
  • large and particular,
  • sincere personal,
  • sufficiently pure,
  • regular and general,
  • early swiss,
  • honest, frank,
  • highly comic,
  • open, bold,
  • simple and naive,
  • mild and simple,
  • frequent and full,
  • short and comprehensive,
  • full and large,
  • fuller and deeper,
  • exceedingly full,
  • perfectly voluntary,
  • public or general,
  • open honest,
  • free and public,
  • quite significant,
  • open and honorable,
  • strictly true,
  • own stormy,
  • utter and abject,
  • clearer and fuller,
  • long, unhappy,
  • pure, natural,
  • own memorable,
  • simple and artless,
  • sudden and involuntary,
  • last innocent,
  • totally unforeseen,
  • full, complete,
  • quite past,
  • previous religious,
  • somewhat humiliating,
  • now inevitable,
  • rather humiliating,
  • shy, timid,
  • private and special,
  • free and unlimited,
  • substantially different,
  • fundamental religious,
  • more frank,
  • conscientious little,
  • such undisguised,
  • wonderful and unexpected,
  • quiet and simple,
  • own ready,
  • simple, guileless,
  • almost insulting,
  • somewhat dazed,
  • higher and truer,
  • orthodox jewish,
  • scarcely intelligible,
  • full and immediate,
  • desperately hard,
  • whole romantic,
  • open, frank,
  • last formal,
  • true and final,
  • full and explicit,
  • quite open,
  • rather incoherent,
  • same pathetic,
  • simple, sincere,
  • abrupt little,
  • full and exact,
  • regular and frequent,
  • simple and plain,
  • intimate, personal,
  • also private,
  • whole sweet,
  • almost abject,
  • such faint,
  • formal little,
  • such audacious,
  • own positive,
  • true and full,
  • full and true,
  • own open,
  • whole wild,
  • quite useless,
  • thy strange,
  • little unconscious,
  • remarkable literary,
  • personal and public,
  • christological,
  • such frank,
  • new general,
  • such cool,
  • own subsequent,
  • own generous,
  • simple and straightforward,
  • more amazing,
  • equally interesting,
  • overdrawn,
  • own full,
  • little true,
  • other terrible,
  • somewhat long,
  • intensely personal,
  • own specific,
  • thy soft,
  • exceedingly important,
  • rosenthal,
  • franker,
  • last public,
  • own characteristic,
  • same individual,
  • own brief,
  • oft-quoted,
  • highest moral,
  • alphabetic,
  • own terrible,
  • thy true,
  • such solemn,
  • stultifying,
  • alleged,
  • own foolish,
  • loose-jointed,
  • full and perfect,
  • quite unnecessary,
  • direct personal,
  • same sad,
  • good clean,
  • wholly unexpected,
  • almost inconceivable,
  • ungallant,
  • own miserable,
  • such open,
  • last sad,
  • truly remarkable,
  • unsigned,
  • toneless,
  • heroical,
  • theistic,
  • laudatory,
  • almost impossible,
  • denial,
  • good, honest,
  • well-written,
  • last desperate,
  • heartiest,
  • thy sweet,
  • grandiloquent,
  • own free,
  • grief-stricken,
  • ten-minute,
  • soulful,
  • veracious,
  • single great,
  • epigrammatic,
  • more significant,
  • immodest,
  • more comprehensive,
  • self-proclaimed,
  • ill-mannered,
  • long-awaited,
  • self-seeking,
  • more appropriate,
  • conjectural,
  • pathetic little,
  • unaltered,
  • classy,
  • unpremeditated,
  • unsupported,
  • almost complete,
  • more open,
  • enigmatical,
  • heart-rending,
  • heartbreaking,
  • indistinguishable,
  • incautious,
  • simple little,
  • worst possible,
  • null,
  • more frequent,
  • reverential,
  • oft-repeated,
  • same great,
  • heinous,
  • more intimate,
  • gusty,
  • unconditional,
  • self-imposed,
  • inaccurate,
  • same general,
  • ill-advised,
  • unseasonable,
  • glib,
  • unwritten,
  • quaint little,
  • pessimistic,
  • political and social,
  • inconsequential,
  • much-needed,
  • literally inconsequential,
  • unexpectedly emotional,
  • joyous and foul,
  • awful guilty,
  • full and boastful,
  • ordeal full,
  • much impulsive,
  • shameless and almost insulting,
  • involuntary and frantic,
  • inconceivable and daring,
  • almost inconceivable and daring,
  • suggestive and frank,
  • unexpected and impromptu,
  • candid musical,
  • childishly pitiful,
  • open and genuine,
  • particular and public,
  • open and safe,
  • incoherent and grandiloquent,
  • humiliating further,
  • hideously direct,
  • strange and very particular,
  • full and unblushing,
  • honest, voluntary,
  • naive emotional,
  • nearer, mute,
  • unwritten and unconscious,
  • audible and public,
  • tacit animal,
  • delicate and cruel,
  • plain, loving,
  • adequate and unanimous,
  • swift and frank,
  • horrible greedy,
  • flat and awkward,
  • shameful, horrid,
  • tragi-comic general,
  • contrite public,
  • identical baptismal,
  • poorest, coldest,
  • equally needy and ill,
  • hasty and quite unnecessary,
  • apostolic, pure,
  • denial, slow,
  • explicit and public,
  • naive and tacit,
  • solemn and soulful,
  • naked, bitter,
  • evident youthful,
  • remorseful and involuntary,
  • innocently unconscious,
  • frank, clear and unchanging,
  • present theistic,
  • perhaps disinterested,
  • free and perhaps disinterested,
  • vast and reluctant,
  • compulsory private,
  • warm-hearted, candid,
  • frank repentant,
  • common and indistinguishable,
  • quite open and frank,
  • flat and sudden,
  • indirect or incautious,
  • long and almost abject,
  • precious, latent,
  • good sacramental,
  • voluntarily null,
  • sacrilegious or voluntarily null,
  • careful sacramental,
  • passionate, humiliating,
  • frank and distinct,
  • frank or bashful,
  • frank and remorseful,
  • explicit and ample,
  • sacrimental,
  • amazingly wild and fictitious,
  • amazingly wild,
  • long candid,
  • candid and reliable,
  • courageous and candid,
  • quick pathetic,
  • exceedingly full and frank,
  • voluntary open,
  • frank and voluntary,
  • dreadful defiant,
  • full articulate,
  • final, articulate,
  • warm inaccurate,
  • unexpected and very unhappy,
  • good and contrite,
  • extrajudical,
  • big guilty,
  • sudden, intimate,
  • solemn and specific,
  • sincere and reverent,
  • plain, courageous,
  • dear and candid,
  • late and public,
  • final, false,
  • secret sacramental,
  • brave and straightforward,
  • deliciously naive,
  • threefold public,
  • unconscious public,
  • full, sufficient,
  • great and humiliating,
  • fair complete,
  • honest but dangerous,
  • long, humiliating,
  • humble and truthful,
  • bold and epochal,
  • vehement and rather didactic,
  • open and humiliating,
  • formal and categorical,
  • especially obligatory,
  • private or sacramental,
  • candid and public,
  • obligatory and exclusive,
  • blank and bland,
  • humiliating general,
  • cordial, practical,
  • pitifully abject,
  • frank and large,
  • boyish and honest,
  • bravely boyish and honest,
  • bravely boyish,
  • personally devastating,
  • hearty and solemn,
  • honorable and illustrious,
  • full and devout,
  • fearlessly frank,
  • mechanically complete,
  • penitential and despairing,
  • frank and plain,
  • astonishing and shameful,
  • rather didactic,
  • striking and simple,
  • public and authoritative,
  • own unsolicited,
  • somewhat ungrateful,
  • so-called negative,
  • peculiar and separate,
  • bare external,
  • full and circumstantial,
  • frank and artless,
  • silent, sad,
  • late solemn,
  • simple biblical,
  • absolutely reckless,
  • former large,
  • pure evangelical,
  • genuine and hearty,
  • quick, abrupt,
  • same humiliating,
  • formal and solemn,
  • full and faithful,
  • bold, clear,
  • full public,
  • own unexpected,
  • frank and free,
  • own frank,
  • last gentle,
  • good and careful,
  • clear and unequivocal,
  • full and absolute,
  • clear and full,
  • own reckless,
  • perfectly open,
  • fairly full,
  • moral and philosophical,
  • own painful,
  • more humiliating,
  • more candid,
  • beautiful and delicate,
  • helpless, hopeless,
  • full and entire,
  • whole terrible,
  • full and final,
  • clear and beautiful,
  • brilliant and beautiful,
  • national,
  • intimate personal,
  • eleventh-hour,
  • bitter, bitter,
  • fullest possible,
  • free and open,
  • more decisive,
  • rather awkward,
  • epochal,
  • wholehearted,
  • more notable,
  • self-effacing,
  • long and painful,
  • free and easy,
  • bible,
  • sad little,
  • insincere,
  • hotter,
  • foulest,
  • didactic,
  • own individual,
  • irrevocable,
  • unpublished,
  • unwitting,
  • prettier,
  • public and private,
  • laudable,
  • disdainful,
  • sacrilegious,
  • last-minute,
  • true and profitable,
  • full and genuine,
  • particularly sordid,
  • preferred private,
  • honest and complete,
  • free and immediate,
  • own tacit,
  • absolutely naked,
  • still fuller,
  • free and honest,
  • sincere and hearty,
  • poor, feeble,
  • absolutely true,
  • own hasty,
  • frank and honest,
  • own deliberate,
  • truly original,
  • heart-to-heart,
  • other singular,
  • more shameful,
  • full and ample,
  • such ready,
  • frank and open,
  • deistical,
  • thine owne,
  • such bold,
  • long and difficult,
  • good general,
  • helpless little,
  • thy good,
  • almost childish,
  • more magnificent,
  • public or private,
  • purported,
  • own sweet,
  • own good,
  • single-minded,
  • integral,
  • condescending,
  • more difficult,
  • curious little,
  • disappointing,
  • devotional,
  • coy,
  • anguished,
  • virginal,
  • horrifying,
  • clearest,
  • piquant,
  • clamorous,
  • reverent,
  • reciprocal,
  • scholastic,
  • crowning,
  • fraudulent,
  • infallible,
  • frank, pitiful,
  • strikingly frank,
  • frank and truly original,
  • initial oral,
  • comfortably compact,
  • frank and heartfelt,
  • open and particular,
  • scholastic or critical,
  • previous sacramental,
  • infamous and improbable,
  • impulsive, hot,
  • formal and humiliating,
  • delightful unconscious,
  • sincere and complete,
  • devout and public,
  • candid and pleasant,
  • last singular,
  • thy unparalleled,
  • strangely violent,
  • imperfect and reluctant,
  • voluntary and open,
  • passionately painful,
  • bitter immediate,
  • bold and momentous,
  • complete, submissive,
  • owne voluntary,
  • sharp, succinct,
  • sad, shameful,
  • frank and entire,
  • truthful and straightforward,
  • candid and open,
  • entire initial,
  • free and large,
  • romantic or sentimental,
  • complete and full,
  • open and candid,
  • honest and candid,
  • frank and candid,
  • full and formal,
  • open and public,
  • short and simple,
  • private or public,
  • categorical,
  • more particular,
  • unabashed,
  • inadvertent,
  • satanic,
  • half-hearted,
  • maudlin,
  • somewhat similar,
  • submissive,
  • cooperative,
  • ironical,
  • sardonic,
  • phony,
  • refreshing,
  • feigned,
  • authoritative,
  • irrepressible,
  • intrepid,
  • crucial,
  • haunting,
  • incomplete,
  • plausible,
  • public and avowed,
  • own boastful,
  • equally delightful,
  • full and open,
  • true and sincere,
  • little sad,
  • free and generous,
  • weak-kneed,
  • unblushing,
  • sacerdotal,
  • perfunctory,
  • woeful,
  • lunatic,
  • valid,
  • avowed,
  • improbable,
  • unparalleled,
  • deplorable,
  • tribunal,
  • seductive,
  • thoughtless,
  • premature,
  • helpful,
  • defiant,
  • frank and authentic,
  • tribunal, such,
  • sweetest and humblest,
  • humiliating and cruel,
  • frank and thorough,
  • unquestionably sincere,
  • demeaning,
  • more dreadful,
  • unsolicited,
  • outspoken,
  • outright,
  • humblest,
  • buddhist,
  • pregnant,
  • sinful,
  • confidential,
  • impending,
  • long general,
  • sincere and humble,
  • extra-judicial,
  • more explicit,
  • doctrinal,
  • more complete,
  • bashful,
  • ignominious,
  • apostolic,
  • clearer,
  • cold-blooded,
  • hypocritical,
  • audacious,
  • fearless,
  • comprehensive,
  • authentic,
  • reluctant and doleful,
  • full and voluntary,
  • countless true,
  • sincere and full,
  • solemn and true,
  • practised secret,
  • long and sincere,
  • complete voluntary,
  • thy last,
  • irrefutable,
  • humbling,
  • contrite,
  • unequivocal,
  • rueful,
  • obligatory,
  • blatant,
  • steadfast,
  • piteous,
  • embarrassing,
  • unprecedented,
  • humorous,
  • extrajudicial,
  • less startling,
  • own spontaneous,
  • frankest,
  • pharisaical,
  • untrue,
  • effete,
  • voluble,
  • posthumous,
  • undisguised,
  • strangest,
  • boyish,
  • sweetest,
  • open and most frequent,
  • reluctant, pharisaical,
  • last worthy,
  • intrepidly frank,
  • awkward and unintentional,
  • full and candid,
  • circumstantial,
  • guileless,
  • meek,
  • flattering,
  • brazen,
  • belated,
  • own voluntary,
  • unplanned,
  • thy own,
  • articulate,
  • unanimous,
  • grudging,
  • imprudent,
  • plaintive,
  • speedy,
  • joyful,
  • eloquent,
  • odious,
  • frank and unrestricted,
  • totally unplanned,
  • free and voluntary,
  • free and full,
  • succinct,
  • unintentional,
  • implicit,
  • spurious,
  • vehement,
  • imperfect,
  • unrestricted,
  • threefold,
  • truthful,
  • bogus,
  • despairing,
  • lengthy,
  • shy,
  • dismal,
  • ingenious,
  • overdue,
  • incoherent,
  • devout,
  • uncomfortable,
  • satisfactory,
  • sentimental,
  • habitual,
  • frank and full,
  • plainer,
  • doleful,
  • honorable,
  • plenary,
  • fullest,
  • impulsive,
  • disgraceful,
  • disagreeable,
  • tragic,
  • full and frank,
  • heartfelt,
  • abrupt,
  • remorseful,
  • boastful,
  • damaging,
  • unwilling,
  • cynical,
  • memorable,
  • hearty,
  • timid,
  • dramatic,
  • repentant,
  • compulsory,
  • ignoble,
  • judicial,
  • guilty,
  • ultimate,
  • indirect,
  • mournful,
  • hasty,
  • awkward,
  • tardy,
  • unspoken,
  • shocking,
  • intimate,
  • significant,
  • loud,
  • surprising,
  • astonishing,
  • preliminary,
  • orthodox,
  • virtual,
  • penitential,
  • momentous,
  • annual,
  • generous,
  • shameless,
  • amazing,
  • modest,
  • evangelical,
  • artless,
  • explicit,
  • sorrowful,
  • spontaneous,
  • passionate,
  • universal,
  • astounding,
  • full and complete,
  • indiscreet,
  • thine own,
  • straightforward,
  • pathetic,
  • fuller,
  • verbal,
  • degrading,
  • pitiful,
  • miserable,
  • religious,
  • extraordinary,
  • innocent,
  • singular,
  • unconscious,
  • practical,
  • bitter,
  • owne,
  • immediate,
  • full and free,
  • direct,
  • oral,
  • frequent,
  • previous,
  • difficult,
  • subsequent,
  • abject,
  • mute,
  • startling,
  • brief,
  • awful,
  • ample,
  • silent,
  • unexpected,
  • clear,
  • clean,
  • formal,
  • similar,
  • sweet,
  • negative,
  • dreadful,
  • naive,
  • involuntary,
  • partial,
  • secret,
  • solemn,
  • remarkable,
  • bold,
  • mutual,
  • reluctant,
  • shameful,
  • baptismal,
  • further,
  • final,
  • plain,
  • personal,
  • painful,
  • tacit,
  • sad,
  • sacramental,
  • sincere,
  • simple,
  • false,
  • terrible,
  • strange,
  • humble,
  • true,
  • candid,
  • free,
  • private,
  • voluntary,
  • complete,
  • humiliating,
  • honest,
  • open,
  • general,
  • frank,
  • public,
  • full.
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