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Tell how the italicized noun clause is used. "Whatever you tell me" will remain our secret.
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User: Tell how the italicized noun clause is used. "Whatever you tell me" will remain our secret.

Weegy: is used as subject complement.
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"Whatever you tell me" will remain our secret.
The noun clause is used as the SUBJECT of the sentence.
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