unfaithfulness love


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  • n. The characteristic of being unfaithful; infidelity; disloyalty.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The character of being unfaithful.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the quality of being unfaithful


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unfaithful +‎ -ness


  • The great apology for what I call unfaithfulness to employers, is,

    The Young Man's Guide

  • After all, the Bible expressly says that what God has joined no man should put asunder and that anyone who divorces except for reasons of unfaithfulness is committing adultery.

    Religious leaders agree on abortion in health care reform debate

  • In all my years "cheating" and "unfaithfulness" is becoming more and more frequent.

    I am venting tonight....

  • Of course, his definition of deviousness and unfaithfulness is rather different when it comes to men, most particularly to himself.

    The Black Swan by Mercedes Lackey

  • The merchant maintains that the day for obeying the New Testament rule, "Let the wife fear her husband," will never pass away; that although unfaithfulness, which is assumed to be impossible on the part of the wife, may happen in other classes, in the merchant class it does not happen, and that the carouses of married men at the fair, which the narrator has heard him relating, and of which he reminds him, form a special topic which must be excluded from the discussion.

    Tolstoy's "Kreutzer Sonata"

  • Very often HIV is spread through a kind of unfaithfulness, if you like, on both sides.

    Marianne Schnall: Annie Lennox Raises Her Voice

  • 'Should you think me a poor creature if I resented any kind of unfaithfulness?

    The Odd Women

  • God cannot stand any kind of unfaithfulness in His army anymore than any other Commander of any other military force can take a chance on security risks and disobedience and failure to follow orders and obey commands. "

    ExChristian.Net -- encouraging ex-Christians

  • This natural comic flair was already evident in Waldwinkel: Richard, saddened by years as a political prisoner for his liberal views and by the unfaithfulness of his wife, lives withdrawn from the world.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Ambrose, bishop of Milan, associated Mary Magdalene with the New Eve who clings to Christ as the new Tree of Life, thereby reversing the unfaithfulness of the first Eve.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:


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