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See definition of good-faith on Dictionary.com
  • as inbona fide
  • as ingood faith

synonyms for good-faith

  • genuine
  • legitimate
  • authentic
  • authoritative
  • card-carrying
  • credible
  • for real
  • natural
  • official
  • original
  • pure
  • real
  • rightful
  • straight
  • true to life
  • unquestionable
  • veritable
  • with good faith

antonyms for good-faith

MOST RELEVANT
  • illegitimate
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    How to use good-faith in a sentence

    But, nevertheless, it is his moral duty to recount these things in “good faith” and “in dealing with the facts,” causing him to risk it all for the truth.
    WHAT THE QANON OF THE 6TH CENTURY TEACHES US ABOUT CONSPIRACIESROLAND BETANCOURTFEBRUARY 3, 2021TIME
    Admonishing the union, Lightfoot warned of consequences if it didn’t work in good faith toward an agreement.
    CHICAGO PARENTS SAY REMOTE LEARNING ISN’T WORKING AND WANT THEIR VOICES HEARD IN A CITY STILL GRAPPLING WITH A PLANDAWN REISSJANUARY 30, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    The system is built on the idea that elected officials will represent their constituents in good faith.
    WHY A SECRET IMPEACHMENT VOTE ISN’T GOING TO HAPPENPHILIP BUMPJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    The real question, then, was whether they would reserve the ability to do so at a later date, if their members decided that Republicans weren’t operating in good faith.
    WHAT MCCONNELL GOT — AND DIDN’T — ON THE FILIBUSTERAARON BLAKEJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    In a statement, Hughes said that the company acted in good faith by settling for less than what it was owed.
    HOW THE CARES ACT FORGOT AMERICA’S MOST VULNERABLE HOSPITALSBY BRIANNA BAILEY, THE FRONTIERJANUARY 26, 2021PROPUBLICA
    “If this is replaced with standard commercial arbitration based on comparable deals, this would incentivise good faith negotiations and ensure we’re held accountable by robust dispute resolution,” Silva also argues.
    GOOGLE THREATENS TO CLOSE ITS SEARCH ENGINE IN AUSTRALIA AS IT LOBBIES AGAINST DIGITAL NEWS CODENATASHA LOMASJANUARY 22, 2021TECHCRUNCH
    Ericsson, based in Sweden, filed suit against Samsung last month in Texas, accusing it of refusing to negotiate in good faith so Samsung could demand a less-than-fair rate on Ericsson’s patents.
    DECEMBER SURVEY BY THE FEDERAL RESERVE SHOWS AMERICANS REMAIN CONCERNED OVER JOBSJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    “It basically says that if you’re operating in good faith and doing all that you can in this trying time, it provides a limited amount of immunity in case there is a small mistake that is made,” then-Rep.
    THE NURSING HOME DIDN’T SEND HER TO THE HOSPITAL, AND SHE DIEDBY SEAN CAMPBELLJANUARY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
    Chara said he believed Sweeney “acted in good faith” during the negotiation process and the Bruins made it clear that Chara would be in more of a reserve role if he rejoined the team.
    ZDENO CHARA, BOSTON’S LONGTIME LEADER, IS READY TO START A NEW CHAPTER IN WASHINGTONSAMANTHA PELLDECEMBER 31, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Faulconer’s terms ask the new provider to “cooperate in good faith” with the city’s Climate Action Plan, which lays out some equity-based goals, but didn’t specifically apportion anything from the contract price for the purpose.
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    WORDS RELATED TO GOOD-FAITH

    • forthright
    • frank
    • good-faith
    • honest
    • open
    • overt
    • right on
    • square
    • straight
    • straight from shoulder
    • straightforward
    • true
    • trustworthy
    • truthful
    • up front
    • veracious
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