Disloyalty and Faith


Disloyalty noun - Lack of faithfulness especially to one's husband or wife.
Usage example: she was greatly pained by her husband's disloyalty

Faith is an antonym for disloyalty.

Nearby Words: disloyal, disloyally


Faith noun - Adherence to something to which one is bound by a pledge or duty.
Usage example: after they had to declare bankruptcy, the family found out how much faith their friends had

Disloyalty is an antonym for faith in trust in something topic.

How words are described

many many disloyalty many faith
true true disloyalty true faith

Both words in one sentence

  • Fanfic / The Bridge Notably, she's lost faith in the cause, but keeps going out of debt to her former master (and because she knows that if she doesn't, the Always Chaotic Evil Nightmare forces will tear her apart for disloyalty).
  • Space Marine All this time you'll receive training in every aspect of military life and activity, and indoctrinated into a fanatical faith in the Emperor, and undergo difficult and deadly initiation rituals, and constantly monitored for any sign of corruption, weakness or disloyalty.
    Source: Space Marine
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