Definition for Faithful

faithful, adj. [see faith, n.] (webplay: being, constant, crown of life, death, heard, name, strain, times, witness, worthy).

  1. Steadfast; immovable; firm to the truth and duties of religion; (see Numbers 12:7).
  2. Loyal; trustworthy; true to the marriage covenant; honorable to a pledge of fidelity; (see Deuteronomy 7:9 and Hamlet 1.3.78-80).
  3. Inevitable; certain; true; unavoidable; (see 2 Timothy 2:11).
  4. Exact; rigorous; constant in the performance of services; true to covenant of promise; (see 1 Samuel 2:35).
  5. Dependable; reliable; conscientious; thorough in fulfillment of duty; (see 2 Samuel 20:19).
  6. Enduring; lasting; never failing; in conformity to the letter and spirit; (see Colossians 1:2).

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