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He's a nice boy, but he doesn't have much confidence.
You should have more confidence in your own abilities.
Motherhood gave her confidence.
The more he fails, the more he loses confidence in his abilities.
He would lack the confidence to find a job elsewhere.
Public confidence in the police is at an all-time low.
I have complete confidence in our chairman.
Many businesses have lost confidence in the government's ability to handle the economy.
We must work to restore local confidence in the school.
As has already been suggested, their record does not inspire confidence.
I have complete confidence in these statistics.
I can say with confidence that all our targets have now been met.
He expressed his confidence that the project would be a success.
This is the British English definition of confidence. View American English definition of confidence.
a plan or course of action that is not possible to achieve