What is another word for confessions?

97 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ k_ə_n_f_ˈɛ_ʃ_ə_n_z], [ kənfˈɛʃənz], [ kənfˈɛʃənz]

Synonyms for Confessions:

disclosures (noun) Other synonyms:

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Rhymes for Confessions:

  1. sessions;
  2. possessions, digressions, professions, regressions, expressions, recessions, processions, concessions, impressions, transgressions;

Quotes for Confessions:

  1. Where all are guilty, no one is; confessions of collective guilt are the best possible safeguard against the discovery of culprits, and the very magnitude of the crime the best excuse for doing nothing. Hannah Arendt.
  2. One of the most beautiful passages of Rousseau is that in the sixth book of Confessions where he describes the awakening in him of the literary sense. Of such wisdom, the poetic passion, the desire of beauty, the love of art for its own sake, has most. Walter Pater.
  3. Every conceivable cruel method of blackmail was used against me to obtain by force and at all costs confessions and statements both about comrades who had been arrested, and about political activities. Ernst Thalmann.

Adjectives for Confessions:

  • sudden and unabashed,
  • oddly unnecessary,
  • probable phony,
  • several bogus,
  • almost blithe,
  • bland and almost blithe,
  • undoubtedly drunken,
  • miserable ultimate,
  • supposedly fake,
  • journal or private,
  • purportedly public,
  • full and purportedly public,
  • naively illuminating,
  • typical and naively illuminating,
  • full & final,
  • tramp-royal,
  • heart-rending, timid,
  • full but difficult,
  • outward general,
  • cooeperation mutual,
  • original, generic,
  • several ecumenical,
  • other ecumenical,
  • own, spontaneous,
  • refusal and bold,
  • steadfast and unanimous,
  • sacramental,
  • confidential and hypocritical,
  • 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,
  • astonishingly intimate,
  • increasingly lurid,
  • own menacing,
  • sad, disgraceful,
  • evidently truthful,
  • astonishing personal,
  • enormous sad,
  • necessarily hasty,
  • rather shameful,
  • honest, clean,
  • frank, artless,
  • sincere, humble,
  • veritable last,
  • refreshingly honest,
  • genuine and heartfelt,
  • own shocking,
  • own humiliating,
  • 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,
  • many despairing,
  • sincere and intelligent,
  • long and circumstantial,
  • still immature,
  • new or different,
  • also false,
  • somewhat naive,
  • own cynical,
  • irresistible little,
  • never open,
  • humble and contrite,
  • so-called public,
  • open, free,
  • simple and humble,
  • open and free,
  • real honest,
  • possible personal,
  • clear and satisfactory,
  • nice straight,
  • pre-recorded,
  • similar general,
  • merely 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,
  • many startling,
  • iffy,
  • face-saving,
  • last bitter,
  • bald-faced,
  • own gentle,
  • big public,
  • long overdue,
  • heart-wrenching,
  • large general,
  • grand public,
  • almost comical,
  • autobiographic,
  • somewhat doubtful,
  • last good,
  • literally inconsequential,
  • unexpectedly emotional,
  • joyous and foul,
  • awful guilty,
  • full and boastful,
  • ordeal full,
  • much impulsive,
  • shameless and almost insulting,
  • involuntary and frantic,
  • uncomfortable, inevitable,
  • 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,
  • famous masculine,
  • hideously direct,
  • strange and very particular,
  • full and unblushing,
  • honest, voluntary,
  • general and oft-repeated,
  • 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,
  • later baptismal,
  • poorest, coldest,
  • equally needy and ill,
  • spontaneous and extra-judicial,
  • rather unintelligible and ridiculous,
  • hasty and quite unnecessary,
  • apostolic, pure,
  • denial, slow,
  • complacent and puerile,
  • mercy additional,
  • explicit and public,
  • naive and tacit,
  • solemn and soulful,
  • serious and perfectly consistent,
  • naked, bitter,
  • evident youthful,
  • few and perfunctory,
  • pathetic and amusing,
  • remorseful and involuntary,
  • voluntary harmonious,
  • innocently unconscious,
  • autobiographical or semi-autobiographical,
  • frank, clear and unchanging,
  • present theistic,
  • perhaps disinterested,
  • free and perhaps disinterested,
  • vast and reluctant,
  • frank, sad,
  • genuine and hitherto unknown,
  • 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,
  • scrupulous and past,
  • scrupulous and present,
  • perfect, frequent,
  • careful sacramental,
  • passionate, humiliating,
  • frank and distinct,
  • frank or bashful,
  • frank and remorseful,
  • appropriate and reasonable,
  • explicit and ample,
  • sacrimental,
  • subjective literary,
  • amazingly wild and fictitious,
  • amazingly wild,
  • long candid,
  • important personal,
  • especially important personal,
  • pithy and thrilling,
  • candid and reliable,
  • courageous and candid,
  • quick pathetic,
  • formal and distinctive,
  • exceedingly full and frank,
  • voluntary open,
  • frank and voluntary,
  • dreadful defiant,
  • full articulate,
  • final, articulate,
  • warm inaccurate,
  • unexpected and very unhappy,
  • voluntary solemn,
  • good and contrite,
  • extrajudical,
  • big guilty,
  • certain trans-atlantic,
  • sudden, intimate,
  • solemn and specific,
  • sincere and reverent,
  • plain, courageous,
  • dear and candid,
  • late and public,
  • final, false,
  • secret sacramental,
  • brave and straightforward,
  • unintelligible and ridiculous,
  • deliciously naive,
  • threefold public,
  • unconscious public,
  • full, sufficient,
  • great and humiliating,
  • unending personal,
  • eighth several,
  • clear and unchanging,
  • aural,
  • many sacrilegious,
  • wild and involuntary,
  • long negative,
  • remarkable editorial,
  • artless, childish,
  • non-sacramental,
  • valid and fruitful,
  • sincere and repentant,
  • other mutual,
  • farther free,
  • 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,
  • own ostentatious,
  • full and abject,
  • frequent individual,
  • public and oral,
  • surprisingly honest,
  • last frank,
  • occasionally necessary,
  • sacramental,
  • bald and hideous,
  • respective judicial,
  • public and emphatic,
  • full and sad,
  • incredibly sad,
  • occasional astonishing,
  • timid, reluctant,
  • own autobiographical,
  • equally needy,
  • fresh, spontaneous,
  • frank and unabashed,
  • fierce impulsive,
  • hardly coherent,
  • scrupulous and exact,
  • open and full,
  • sturdy and simple,
  • sweet and frank,
  • separate and distinctive,
  • refreshingly frank,
  • seemingly humble,
  • false and shameful,
  • low, toneless,
  • mute, unconscious,
  • wild, inarticulate,
  • such evangelical,
  • general and open,
  • entire so-called,
  • rather revolting,
  • full and conscientious,
  • extra judicial,
  • better open,
  • fresh and full,
  • many lurid,
  • silent, despairing,
  • sacramental and sacerdotal,
  • full and bitter,
  • complete and open,
  • own remorseful,
  • humble and abject,
  • own satirical,
  • endless personal,
  • secular or regular,
  • common ecclesiastical,
  • other and quite different,
  • such coy,
  • curious public,
  • many untrue,
  • 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,
  • shameful public,
  • 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,
  • sweet and thrilling,
  • rather unintelligible,
  • free and public,
  • quite significant,
  • open and honorable,
  • own transparent,
  • several past,
  • rather lavish,
  • strictly true,
  • own stormy,
  • utter and abject,
  • clearer and fuller,
  • subsequent general,
  • semi-autobiographical,
  • long, unhappy,
  • pure, natural,
  • own memorable,
  • such ill-timed,
  • simple and artless,
  • sudden and involuntary,
  • rather certain,
  • last innocent,
  • totally unforeseen,
  • apparently honest,
  • full, complete,
  • brilliant personal,
  • quite past,
  • open and generous,
  • previous religious,
  • somewhat humiliating,
  • now inevitable,
  • wild and startling,
  • wild and horrible,
  • necessary such,
  • rather humiliating,
  • such sickening,
  • more sorry,
  • shy, timid,
  • private and special,
  • free and unlimited,
  • substantially different,
  • fundamental religious,
  • more frank,
  • conscientious little,
  • such undisguised,
  • wonderful and unexpected,
  • quiet and simple,
  • genuine personal,
  • own ready,
  • simple, guileless,
  • almost insulting,
  • somewhat dazed,
  • perfectly consistent,
  • higher and truer,
  • orthodox jewish,
  • scarcely intelligible,
  • other, such,
  • full and immediate,
  • desperately hard,
  • whole romantic,
  • open, frank,
  • many sorrowful,
  • many criminal,
  • last formal,
  • true and final,
  • full and explicit,
  • quite open,
  • rather incoherent,
  • same pathetic,
  • simple, sincere,
  • abrupt little,
  • full and exact,
  • ordinary, commonplace,
  • weird and uncanny,
  • regular and frequent,
  • simple and plain,
  • intimate, personal,
  • also private,
  • whole sweet,
  • almost abject,
  • own frequent,
  • such faint,
  • such uncomfortable,
  • many tragic,
  • post-nuptial,
  • formal little,
  • such audacious,
  • rather numerous,
  • several general,
  • own positive,
  • true and full,
  • full and true,
  • interesting literary,
  • further such,
  • own open,
  • voluntary and involuntary,
  • whole wild,
  • few sad,
  • quite useless,
  • pre-nuptial,
  • thy strange,
  • such accidental,
  • little unconscious,
  • painful and humiliating,
  • remarkable literary,
  • personal and public,
  • certain medical,
  • own several,
  • christological,
  • new general,
  • such cool,
  • own subsequent,
  • certain remarkable,
  • other disagreeable,
  • own generous,
  • simple and straightforward,
  • more amazing,
  • strictly personal,
  • other numerous,
  • equally interesting,
  • overdrawn,
  • own full,
  • little true,
  • different religious,
  • own proud,
  • other terrible,
  • somewhat long,
  • rhapsodical,
  • intensely personal,
  • own specific,
  • thy soft,
  • own honest,
  • exceedingly important,
  • rosenthal,
  • more terrifying,
  • such occasional,
  • franker,
  • last public,
  • own characteristic,
  • same individual,
  • own brief,
  • oft-quoted,
  • such familiar,
  • unedifying,
  • many sad,
  • highest moral,
  • alphabetic,
  • own terrible,
  • thy true,
  • such solemn,
  • stultifying,
  • alleged,
  • own last,
  • own foolish,
  • loose-jointed,
  • full and perfect,
  • quite unnecessary,
  • trans-atlantic,
  • direct personal,
  • same sad,
  • good clean,
  • wholly unexpected,
  • almost inconceivable,
  • hour-long,
  • ungallant,
  • own miserable,
  • such open,
  • last sad,
  • truly remarkable,
  • more faithful,
  • few wild,
  • unsigned,
  • toneless,
  • heroical,
  • low-pitched,
  • theistic,
  • laudatory,
  • great historic,
  • almost impossible,
  • denial,
  • good, honest,
  • well-written,
  • last desperate,
  • heartiest,
  • thy sweet,
  • grandiloquent,
  • own free,
  • grief-stricken,
  • ten-minute,
  • soulful,
  • veracious,
  • single great,
  • fair complete,
  • honest but dangerous,
  • long, humiliating,
  • gross postprandial,
  • humble and truthful,
  • early messianic,
  • bold and epochal,
  • vehement and rather didactic,
  • open and humiliating,
  • voluntary, harmonious,
  • formal and categorical,
  • especially obligatory,
  • private or sacramental,
  • candid and public,
  • obligatory and exclusive,
  • perfect frequent,
  • blank and bland,
  • everything mutual,
  • humiliating general,
  • cordial, practical,
  • pitifully abject,
  • frank and large,
  • boyish and honest,
  • bravely boyish and honest,
  • bravely boyish,
  • rapt and secret,
  • personally devastating,
  • hearty and solemn,
  • honorable and illustrious,
  • full and devout,
  • fearlessly frank,
  • general or ordinary,
  • mechanically complete,
  • penitential and despairing,
  • frank and plain,
  • astonishing and shameful,
  • rather didactic,
  • glorious and praiseworthy,
  • 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,
  • brave and simple,
  • formal and solemn,
  • rather confusing,
  • full and faithful,
  • bold, clear,
  • many voluntary,
  • full public,
  • own unexpected,
  • certain confidential,
  • frank and free,
  • own frank,
  • last gentle,
  • good and careful,
  • clear and unequivocal,
  • usual public,
  • 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,
  • such frank,
  • whole terrible,
  • few literary,
  • full and final,
  • clear and beautiful,
  • brilliant and beautiful,
  • postprandial,
  • long pent-up,
  • national,
  • intimate personal,
  • eleventh-hour,
  • bitter, bitter,
  • fullest possible,
  • free and open,
  • ecumenical,
  • more decisive,
  • same ancient,
  • rather awkward,
  • epochal,
  • such grave,
  • wholehearted,
  • own former,
  • own strange,
  • more notable,
  • self-effacing,
  • long and painful,
  • free and easy,
  • messianic,
  • bible,
  • sad little,
  • hysterical and sometimes incoherent,
  • frank, pitiful,
  • respective voluminous,
  • strikingly frank,
  • frank and truly original,
  • initial oral,
  • comfortably compact,
  • frank and heartfelt,
  • open and particular,
  • scholastic or critical,
  • past incomplete,
  • previous sacramental,
  • infamous and improbable,
  • pathetic and erratic,
  • impulsive, hot,
  • formal and humiliating,
  • delightful unconscious,
  • sincere and complete,
  • devout and public,
  • candid and pleasant,
  • last singular,
  • hysterical public,
  • thy unparalleled,
  • strangely violent,
  • many sadder,
  • true and profitable,
  • full and genuine,
  • particularly sordid,
  • sometimes incoherent,
  • preferred private,
  • honest and complete,
  • free and immediate,
  • certain transatlantic,
  • own tacit,
  • absolutely naked,
  • few startling,
  • 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,
  • more false,
  • such ready,
  • frank and open,
  • deistical,
  • many pious,
  • thine owne,
  • such bold,
  • nihilistic,
  • many personal,
  • long and difficult,
  • good general,
  • helpless little,
  • such sad,
  • thy good,
  • almost childish,
  • bohemian,
  • more magnificent,
  • such public,
  • public or private,
  • purported,
  • own sweet,
  • own good,
  • single-minded,
  • imperfect and reluctant,
  • voluntary and open,
  • false, self-serving,
  • 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,
  • many general,
  • such shameful,
  • short and simple,
  • private or public,
  • more startling,
  • categorical,
  • more particular,
  • self-serving,
  • unabashed,
  • inadvertent,
  • wordy,
  • satanic,
  • half-hearted,
  • frank and authentic,
  • ardent wayward,
  • tribunal, such,
  • sweetest and humblest,
  • humiliating and cruel,
  • frank and thorough,
  • unquestionably sincere,
  • public and avowed,
  • own boastful,
  • equally delightful,
  • full and open,
  • true and sincere,
  • little sad,
  • free and generous,
  • such disgraceful,
  • own modest,
  • weak-kneed,
  • unblushing,
  • sadder,
  • sacerdotal,
  • demeaning,
  • more dreadful,
  • unsolicited,
  • last-minute,
  • outspoken,
  • reluctant and doleful,
  • full and voluntary,
  • countless true,
  • sincere and full,
  • solemn and true,
  • practised secret,
  • long and sincere,
  • long general,
  • sincere and humble,
  • extra-judicial,
  • more explicit,
  • doctrinal,
  • more complete,
  • bashful,
  • ignominious,
  • apostolic,
  • clearer,
  • complete voluntary,
  • thy last,
  • irrefutable,
  • humbling,
  • contrite,
  • unequivocal,
  • rueful,
  • obligatory,
  • blatant,
  • steadfast,
  • piteous,
  • open and most frequent,
  • reluctant, pharisaical,
  • last worthy,
  • extrajudicial,
  • less startling,
  • own spontaneous,
  • frankest,
  • pharisaical,
  • untrue,
  • effete,
  • voluble,
  • posthumous,
  • undisguised,
  • intrepidly frank,
  • awkward and unintentional,
  • full and candid,
  • such private,
  • night-time,
  • autobiographical,
  • circumstantial,
  • guileless,
  • frank and unrestricted,
  • totally unplanned,
  • such artless,
  • own voluntary,
  • unplanned,
  • thy own,
  • articulate,
  • unanimous,
  • grudging,
  • imprudent,
  • plaintive,
  • free and voluntary,
  • free and full,
  • succinct,
  • unintentional,
  • implicit,
  • spurious,
  • vehement,
  • unrestricted,
  • threefold,
  • truthful,
  • bogus,
  • despairing,
  • overdue,
  • incoherent,
  • frank and full,
  • plainer,
  • doleful,
  • plenary,
  • fullest,
  • impulsive,
  • disgraceful,
  • full and frank,
  • heartfelt,
  • remorseful,
  • boastful,
  • damaging,
  • unwilling,
  • cynical,
  • repentant,
  • compulsory,
  • ignoble,
  • judicial,
  • guilty,
  • indirect,
  • mournful,
  • tardy,
  • unspoken,
  • shocking,
  • surprising,
  • orthodox,
  • virtual,
  • penitential,
  • momentous,
  • shameless,
  • evangelical,
  • artless,
  • explicit,
  • sorrowful,
  • spontaneous,
  • passionate,
  • astounding,
  • full and complete,
  • indiscreet,
  • thine own,
  • straightforward,
  • pathetic,
  • fuller,
  • verbal,
  • degrading,
  • pitiful,
  • unconscious,
  • owne,
  • full and free,
  • oral,
  • difficult,
  • subsequent,
  • abject,
  • mute,
  • startling,
  • ample,
  • unexpected,
  • formal,
  • negative,
  • dreadful,
  • naive,
  • involuntary,
  • partial,
  • solemn,
  • remarkable,
  • bold,
  • mutual,
  • reluctant,
  • shameful,
  • baptismal,
  • further,
  • final,
  • plain,
  • personal,
  • painful,
  • tacit,
  • sad,
  • sacramental,
  • sincere,
  • false,
  • terrible,
  • humble,
  • candid,
  • free,
  • private,
  • voluntary,
  • complete,
  • humiliating,
  • honest,
  • open,
  • general,
  • frank,
  • public,
  • full.
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