good faithSEE DEFINITION OF good faith
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOOD FAITH
Betty fumbled with her sketching things as a sort of guarantee of good faith.
If he acts in good faith he is not obnoxious to punishment--but entitled to compensation?
It must carefully study and in good faith conform to public opinion.
That Dr. Burckhardt wrote in other than good faith is not to be imputed.
"He married you in good faith," Mr. Caryll repeated quietly, impressively.
And so they came to terms, and took and gave pledges of good faith.
She seemed to be assuring him, in an agonised way, of his own good faith.
Jukes had written them in good faith, for he felt thus when he wrote.
I only wished to be kind to her, and I did everything in good faith.
I mention this because it was the only instance in which good faith was kept.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GOOD FAITH
- fair shake
- give and take
- good faith
- square deal