pour out (one's) soul (to someone)

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pour out (one's) soul (to someone)

To share one's deepest or most intimate emotions, thoughts, or secrets, especially in a profuse or sudden manner. Samantha poured out her soul to me last night about how grief-stricken she's been since her father passed away. Sorry for pouring out my soul like that. I've been keeping those feelings bottled up for a long time.
See also: out, pour, soul
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pour out one's soul

Fig. to confess something [to someone]; to reveal one's deepest concerns. Every time she calls me up, she takes an hour or more to pour out her soul.
See also: out, pour, soul
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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