These unhappy dramas usually play out against a background of boredom, profligacy, infidelities, divorces, drinking and so forth.
It has not merely exposed their crimes and infidelities, but brutally ridiculed them.
Leonard became an obsessive acolyte of Ayn Rand and also indulged in a series of infidelities.
Vera herself hadn't made her infidelities a point of honour.
So may our soul repay her debt to God for her past infidelities.
Did I still love him despite his infidelities, his ever-increasing neglect and selfishness?
We hear on all sides of the infidelities she permitted herself.
The next minute he begged her earnestly not to come near him again because her infidelities had made him loathe the sight of her.
George, by the way, hasn't the remotest idea of "Bert's" infidelities.
The infidelities of the post offices, both of England and France, are not unknown to you.
c.1400, "want of faith, unbelief in religion; false belief, paganism;" also (early 15c.) "unfaithfulness or disloyalty to a person" (originally to a sovereign, by 16c. to a lover or spouse), from French infidélité, from Latin infidelitatem (nominative infidelitas) "unfaithfulness, faithlessness," noun of quality from infidelis (see infidel).