counsel (n.) 5
secrecy, confidence, privacy
AW III.vii.9 [Helena to Widow] to your sworn counsel I have spoken
Cym III.ii.36 [Innogen as if to her sealed letter] blest be / You bees that make these locks of counsel
Ham III.ii.151 [Hamlet to Ophelia] The players cannot keep counsel
MW I.i.113 [Falstaff to Shallow] 'Twere better for you if it were known in counsel
TNK III.i.83 [Arcite to Palamon] With counsel of the night, I will be here [i.e. in secret, only the night will know]