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Adjective
/ˈfāTHfəl/,
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faithful, plural;
  1. Loyal, constant, and steadfast
    • - he exhorted them to remain faithful to the principles of Reaganism
    • - employees who had notched up decades of faithful service
    • - the struggle to please the party faithful
  2. (of a spouse or partner) Never having a sexual relationship with anyone else
    • - her husband was faithful to her
  3. (of an object) Reliable
    • - my faithful compass
  4. Having a strong belief in a particular religion, esp. Islam

  5. True to the facts or the original
    • - the rugs they make today remain faithful to their ancestors' methods

  1. any loyal and steadfast following
  2. steadfast in affection or allegiance; "years of faithful service"; "faithful employees"; "we do not doubt that England has a faithful patriot in the Lord Chancellor"
  3. close: marked by fidelity to an original; "a close translation"; "a faithful copy of the portrait"; "a faithful rendering of the observed facts"
  4. congregation: a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church
  5. not having sexual relations with anyone except your husband or wife, or your boyfriend or girlfriend; "he remained faithful to his wife"
  6. (faithfully) in a faithful manner; "it always came on, faithfully, like the radio"
  7. Faithful is a Roman Catholic term referring to those who: The term comes from the Latin word fideles, from fides, faith.
  8. Faithful is a book co-written by Stephen King and Stewart O'Nan. It chronicles exchanges between King and O'Nan about the Red Sox's upcoming season, beginning with an e-mail in summer 2003, and throughout the 2004 season, from Spring Training to the World Series. ...
  9. "Faithful" is the fifth and final single from rapper Common's sixth album Be. It is produced by Kanye West, who samples DJ Rogers' "Faithful to the End" for the song's beat. The sample was recreated by percussionist Ken Lewis. ...
  10. Faithful is the title of Dusty Springfield's planned third album for Atlantic Records, and seventh studio album overall, recorded in the first half of 1971. ...
  11. Faithful is a comedy film released in 1996 about a wife, her husband and a hit man. It was directed by Paul Mazursky and produced by Robert De Niro and written by Chazz Palminteri.
  12. Faithful is the sixth album in the Worship series of Christian Contemporary music by Hillsong Church.
  13. Faithful is Todd Rundgren's seventh album, released in 1976. The first side of the LP is dedicated to "faithful" re-recordings, meaning treatments approaching near-replications of the originals, of some classic 1960s psychedelic-era songs, while side two comprises original material.
  14. The practicing members of a religion or followers of a cause; loyal; adhering firmly to person or cause; having faith; reliable; worthy of trust; consistent with reality; engaging in sexual relations only with one's spouse or long-term sexual partner
  15. (Faithfulness) Loyalty to our beliefs, regardless of what happens. Being true to the people we love.
  16. (faithfulness) Gaius and Demetrius were commended for their faithful work in the church. They were held up as examples of faithful, sefless servants. We shouldn't take for granted Christian workers who serve faithfully. Be sure to encourage them so they won't grow weary of serving.
  17. Loyal, sure, something you can depend on.
  18. does not occur in the HarperCollins Bible Dictionary, but in looking for it, I find that faith does. I might look at this article to see if it helps me understand what faithful means here, but more likely I will leave that to study with a concordance or to some study notes.
  19. (or effective) if for any two different g, h in G there exists an x in X such that g.x ≠ h.x;
  20. A film adaptation based on a literary or other original source which captures the essence of the original, often by using cinematic equivalents for specific litery techniques.
  21. trustworthy, constant, dutiful, consistently reliable, acurate, exact, true, loyal/steadfast adherance/adherants
  22. One of the faithful; a taylor who gives long credit.
  23. (adj.) A measure of whether a computer model contains or imparts sufficient information to fulfill its task. In order to define the faithfulness of a model, the exact use of the model must be known.
  24. People with a natal linkage between any 2 of these planets: Venus, Vesta, or Jupiter. See The Faithful in Love.
  25. this condition only makes sense when translating between two variants of default logic or between default logic and a logic in which a concept similar to extension exists, e.g. ...