unfaithfully[ uhn-feyth-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF unfaithfully
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNFAITHFULLY
I have been a steward, and wish it to be known that the duty has not been unfaithfully discharged.
But still those French novels and dramas do not unfaithfully represent the classifications of which they exaggerate the types.
While thou dost labor to earn an honest living,Lola unfaithfully her love is giving.
We are most unfaithfully served in the post-office, as well as many other offices, civil and military.
When religious teachers act so unfaithfully, they have no right to complain if people lose all confidence in their honesty.
Your practice now will show, whether it be through want of will or skill, if henceforth you unfaithfully neglect your duty.