faithfulness

[ feyth-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF faithfulness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAITHFULNESS

We should help him to retain their affection and faithfulness.

From your day down to this, the world has been the better for your faithfulness.

Faithfulness was the only virtue he required of Hieronymus Andreae.

But there was his faithfulness, and he went back to be betrayed yet a third time.

This faithfulness was a quality of the clay that composed him.

Think you her faithfulness to him is the constancy of a woman to her lover?

The faithfulness of the eunuch has its parallel in that of the old negro slave.

Still it was hers, awarded to her because of keenness of brain and faithfulness of action.

And yet he would have sworn by the faithfulness of his old friend and hunting companion.

The excellence of the recipes consists in their simplicity and faithfulness to details.

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