faithful

[ feyth-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF faithful

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAITHFUL

The faithful attendants at once suspected treachery in Alcibiades.

They will choose competent and faithful representatives for every department.

With her it was a matter of pride in having been a faithful steward.

The agricultural districts were faithful to the Liberals, but they lost in the boroughs.

Still, too, she was faithful to her cousin, or to the shadow which bore his name.

In the meantime the faithful squire was devising a plan of escape.

Had they been faithful to their trust, all would have gone well.

"He is faithful--to the death," she asseverated with passion.

And the faithful Thasus, too, was resolved to bear them company.

I knew I could say what I wanted to with my faithful pen—and I am bound to say it.

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