to own up (to confess)
A: Did anyone own up to the mistake in the balance sheet at work yesterday?
B: No, they didn’t. When the boss asked about it, no one owned up. They just sat there looking at their computers.
A: Whoever made the mistake should own up. That is the right thing to do.
B: Yes, I agree.
A: Clara owned up to stealing sweets from the grocery store last night.
B: Really? What did her parents say?
A: Well, they were really disappointed. They told her she has to pay the store back with her pocket-money.
Can you make a sentence using to own up?