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Noun
/fəˈdelətē/,
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Faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by continuing loyalty and support,
  1. Faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by continuing loyalty and support
    • - he sought only the strictest fidelity to justice
  2. Sexual faithfulness to a spouse or partner

  3. The degree of exactness with which something is copied or reproduced
    • - the 1949 recording provides reasonable fidelity

  1. accuracy with which an electronic system reproduces the sound or image of its input signal
  2. the quality of being faithful
  3. Fidelity, now defunct, was an organization within the Anglican Church of Canada dedicated to opposing equal rights for homosexuals within that church. It was opposed to, but in dialogue with, Integrity Canada.
  4. Fidelity (La Fidélité) is a French film released in 2000 and directed by Andrzej Żuławski, based loosely on the novel La Princesse de Clèves by Madame de La Fayette. The lead role is played by Sophie Marceau.
  5. The first season of House premiered November 16, 2004, and ended May 25, 2005. The season followed House and his team as they solve a medical case each episode, the season's sub-plot revolved around billionaire Edward Vogler making a $100 million donation to the hospital. ...
  6. "Fidelity" is an Anti-folk song from singer-songwriter Regina Spektor released in 2006 in the album Begin to Hope. The song marked Spektor's first Billboard 100 entry and is her most successful track to date. ...
  7. faithfulness to one's duties; accuracy, or exact correspondence to some given quality or fact; loyalty, especially to one's spouse; the degree to which a system accurately reproduces an input
  8. As applied to sound quality, the faithfulness to the original.
  9. The principle that one should keep one's promises.
  10. In intervention research, fidelity commonly refers to the extent to which an intervention is implemented as intended by the designers of the intervention. ...
  11. When mates have a stable pair-bond and do not breed with other individuals. In Ruby-throated Hummingbirds, males may mate with several females in a given breeding season. See also site fidelity.
  12. A principle that forbids misleading or deceiving any creature capable of being mislead or deceived. We are to be truthful in our dealings with others.
  13. [TR 350-70] The degree to which a sensory stimulus accurately represents reality.
  14. Accuracy; the exact adherence to established protocols, procedures, and content in implementation or replication of a program.
  15. Correspondence between the program as implemented and the program as described.
  16. Degree of accuracy in replaying a playback script. A playback can be FULL (full browser mode), TEXT (text only) or URL fidelity (URL only).
  17. degree of reproduction or transmission to which the new product resembles the original
  18. careful replication of a program to include all its elements as included in the original evaluation. Where programs were altered, lack of fidelity is noted in this document.
  19. the degree to which occurrence of a species is confined to a given vegetation type.
  20. Trueness of sound dissemination or reproduction.
  21. The extent to which an intervention or program is practiced and set forth as designed. It is one important focus of a process evaluation.
  22. (N) -faithfulness to obligations, duties, or observances.
  23. Acting in someone else’s best interest. Physicians and surrogate decision makers are supposed to do the right thing for the patient even if it isn’t in their own best interest.
  24. A virtue peculiar to those who are about to be betrayed.
  25. Loyalty, the faithful performance of a duty.