Faithful and Unfaithful


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Faithful adjective – Firm in one's allegiance to someone or something.
Usage example: fans of the Chicago Cubs are famously faithful

Unfaithful is an antonym for faithful in topics: loyal, authentic.
Nearby Words: faith, faithless, faithfully, faithfulness
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Unfaithful adjective – Not true in one's allegiance to someone or something.
Usage example: colonists who later proved to be unfaithful to the cause of independence

Faithful is an antonym for unfaithful in disloyal topic.
Nearby Words: unfaithfulness, unfaithfully
Antonyms for Unfaithful
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Things that words describes

lover faithful lover unfaithful lover
friend faithful friend unfaithful friend
man faithful man unfaithful man
woman faithful woman unfaithful woman
Other nouns: boyfriend, husband, wife, adaptation, father, followers.

Both words in one sentence

  • She usually kills unfaithful husbands but since Sam is faithful to his girlfriend she wants to make him unfaithful by raping him.
  • Theatre / Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Inverted with Potiphar, who despite appearing to be a Fat Bastard is simply a hopelessly faithful husband to a clearly unfaithful wife.
  • The bride offers her new husband a choice, explaining that she can either be ugly and eternally faithful to him, or beautiful but eternally unfaithful.
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