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Definition of: faithful

(fāthfəl) adjective
1. True or trustworthy in the performance of duty, especially in the fulfilment of promises, obligations, vows, and the like: a faithful servant, faithful to one's agreement.
2. True in detail; accurate in correspondence, or exact in description: a faithful copy.
3. Truthful; worthy of belief or confidence: a faithful witness, a faithful saying.
4. Full of faith; strong or firm in faith: faithful convictions.
—the faithful

1. In the early church, all true believers in God.
2. The members in good standing of the Christian church, or any part of it.
3. In Islam, the followers of Mohammed.
4. The devoted members of a group or organization.
Synonyms: devoted, firm, incorruptible, loyal, staunch, sure, true, trustworthy, trusty, unwavering. A person is faithful who will keep faith, whether with or without power to aid or serve; a person or thing is trusty that possesses such qualities as to justify the fullest confidence and dependence. We may speak of a faithful but feeble friend; we say a trusty agent, a trusty steed, a trusty sword. See HONEST, MORAL. Antonyms: capricious, faithless, false, fickle, unfaithful, untrue, untrustworthy.

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remained faithful
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faithful service
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ye faithful
faithful reproduction
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remains faithful
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christian faithful
faithful dog
faithful departed
faithful wife

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