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faithfully

[ feyth-fuh-lee ]
/ ˈfeɪθ fə li /
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adverb
in a strict or thorough way:This plan was faithfully carried out to the last detail.
remaining true to one’s promises, allegiance, affection, or beliefs; loyally:The old man lived as faithfully as he could, always trying to set an example for younger members of his church.
in a way that is reliable and can be trusted or believed:The plant will die back to the ground during a hard freeze; however, it faithfully returns in spring.In accepting taxpayer funds, the recipient agrees to faithfully account for all monies received from the county.
in a way that adheres to fact, a standard, or an original:The tribute band tries to faithfully reproduce the sound, style, arrangement, and instrumentation of the original artist’s recordings.
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Origin of faithfully

OTHER WORDS FROM faithfully

o·ver·faith·ful·ly, adverbpseu·do·faith·ful·ly, adverbqua·si-faith·ful·ly, adverb
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