breach of faith
a violation of good faith, confidence, or trust; betrayal: To abandon your friends now would be a breach of faith.
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subversion, crime, treachery, mutiny, sedition, revolutionary, deception, duplicity, revolt, perfidy, disaffection, deceit, deceitfulness, dishonesty
- breach of contract,
- breach of promise,
- breach of the peace,
- breach of trust,
- bread and butter
Origin of breach of faith
First recorded in 1630–40
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