confessverb

  • ja〔過ち・罪などを〕告白[白状・自供]する
  • ento acknowledge or admit that you have done something wrong or something that you feel ashamed or guilty about

Examples

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Stan, Francine, why did you murder your son?
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What?
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Not ready to confess?
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Let's look at some statistics.
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100% of the time a child goes missing, the parents did it.
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Legally not a fact.
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Mute
1.
Wait, are you’re dying?
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No, no, no, you can’t die yet.
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You haven’t confessed.
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Mute
1.
Let's start with the Kristov murder.
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It was an amazing solve.
3.
I got him to confess in 20 minutes.
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You also mislabeled the evidence.
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So that confession is worthless if the sergeant hadn't caught your mistake.
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Mute
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If we wanna bring this guy down, we have to get him to confess.
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Right here, right now.
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Mute
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But I tell myself, "Brace up, this time, it will be different."
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Which is why I must now confess to you a deception on my part.
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My name is, in fact, not Brian.
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It's Roy.
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Mute
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Well, well, well.
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What do we have here?
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It appears a crime has been committed, and no one will confess.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
You do realize you just confessed to a felony?
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I guess.
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But you feel better, right?
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Mute
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She confessed to me she never loved Lord Arryn.
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She did as her father commanded, as so many of us have.
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Mute
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They caught Hawkins trying to flee the country.
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She confessed to everything,
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And they let me out.