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faithless

[ feyth-lis ]
/ ˈfeɪθ lɪs /
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adjective
not adhering to allegiance, promises, vows, or duty: the faithless behavior of Benedict Arnold.
not trustworthy; unreliable.
without trust or belief.
being without religious faith.
(among Christians) bereft of Christian faith.
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Origin of faithless

First recorded in 1250–1300, faithless is from the Middle English word faithles.See faith, -less

OTHER WORDS FROM faithless

faith·less·ly, adverb
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How to use faithless in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for faithless

faithless
/ (ˈfeɪθlɪs) /

adjective
unreliable or treacherous
dishonest or disloyal
having no faith or trust
lacking faith, esp religious faith

Derived forms of faithless

faithlessly, adverbfaithlessness, noun
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