fidelity

[ fi-del-i-tee, fahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fidelity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIDELITY

Not for myself, but for my Master's sake, I demand your friendship and fidelity.

Fidelity and tenderness—those would be hers if she married him.

What I value him so much for it his fidelity to myself, and his attachment to the whole family.

They parted with tears and kisses and murmured protestations of fidelity.

Monsieur loved her for her fidelity to the Queen his mother.

It must be invested with fidelity and the fund be kept intact.

He has the ways of our dog-friends, their patience and fidelity, their gratefulness for pats.

The qualifications for (s)election were willingness, obedience, fidelity, endurance.

For no fault but love of her father, and no crime but fidelity to her faith.

John was ashamed of himself at sight of the girl's fidelity to her unworthy lover.

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