Synonyms of confess
Definition of confess
admit or state that one has committed a crime or is at fault in some way.
At thirteen, Oakland police officers kept him in an interrogation room for hours until he confessed to a robbery he contends, five years later, that he didn't commit.
Example of confess
As the people came forward in their thousands to confess their faith, however, I was aware only of calm meditation on the part of his crew and detected no expressions of triumph.
Despite this academic success, I confess to some skepticism regarding the adoption of their proposals at a state, much less federal, level.
He also showed His crucifixion scars on his hands and side to Thomas, this made him fall down and confess him as his own Lord and God.
He could take any criminal and actually make them confess to their crime.
he wants to confess to Caroline's murder
I could not confess all my sins to the priest
I know that if I admit or confess to the offence that I may be arrested and charged.
I suppose this is possible, but I confess to puzzlement.
I thought that they had a point, though I confess to being just about their readiest apologist, apart from the 30,000 who make their way to the Valley every other weekend.
I'd go to him and make him confess to being something no self-respecting photographer should ever call himself: an artist.