faith·ful / ˈfā[unvoicedth]fəl/ • adj. 1. loyal, constant, and steadfast: [as pl. n.] (the faithful) the struggle to please the party faithful. ∎ (of a spouse or partner) never having a sexual relationship with anyone else:. ∎ (of an object) reliable: my faithful compass. 2. [usu. as pl. n.] (the faithful) having a strong belief in a particular religion. 3. true to the facts or the original: the rugs they make today remain faithful to their ancestors' methods. DERIVATIVES: faith·ful·ness n.
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