- the believers, especially members of a Christian church or adherents of Islam.
- the body of loyal members of any party or group.
- faith school,
- faith, hope, and charity,
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And this mix of intellectualism and faithfulness is filling an unmet need among students on many of these campuses.
God does not want a house built by man,” he said, “but faithfulness to His word, to His plan.Pope Francis Puts a Ring on It: Video of the Inauguration|The Daily Beast Video|March 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He goes to his death as a final act of faithfulness to the party for which he committed his own crimes.
Martyrs, Daniel promised, would be rewarded for their faithfulness in a special way.
Martyrs, he promised, would be rewarded for their faithfulness in a special way.
He Himself has to guarantee our faithfulness, because there is no other hope of our continuing faithful.Kept for the Master's Use|Frances Ridley Havergal
This manner of arousing the expectations of her subjects was one of her ways of securing their faithfulness.In the Days of Queen Elizabeth|Eva March Tappan
Men and women could love together seven years, and no wanton lusts were between them, and then was love truth and faithfulness.The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare|J. J. Jusserand
Faithfulness refers you to Gelert, and you hurt yourself rather badly as you replace the volume.Dimbie and I--and Amelia|Mabel Barnes-Grundy
He believed in her truth and somehow in her faithfulness as well.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
- the believers in and loyal adherents of a religious faith, esp Christianity
- any group of loyal and steadfast followers