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Synonyms for faith

Synonyms for faith

absolute certainty in the trustworthiness of another

mental acceptance of the truth or actuality of something

a system of religious belief

those who accept and practice a particular religious belief

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a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny

complete confidence in a person or plan etc

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loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person

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Retired and serving soldiers are bound emotionally to their comrades, the military, and the nation provided they not break faith with the authorities.
Feingold, who proposed several doomed amendments to the law, was the only senator to break faith with the parties and vote against the entire bill.
"We seem to have found ourselves in third place," said a slightly surprised Trafalgar Road captain, Mark Fletcher, earlier in the campaign, as he adjusted to the rapid development of his young team and he will not break faith with his players over the winter.
What the President has done here is to break faith with the American people.
If we raised the embargo before we had some agreement on payment, we would break faith with the American property owners.
In Take Back the Truth, Manning demonstrates the mystery of faith--which, despite every reason to 'break faith,' continues to observe and engage.
There are many opportunities for Congress and the administration to break faith with veterans.
He suggested the Conservative Party would not break faith with the Prime Minister if UK troops joined a US-led campaign against Iraq in the absence of a second resolution.
John Adams immediately announced that he was determined not to break faith with the cause of independence, and Howe instantly turned to Franklin and Rutledge and intimated that his words had been meant for the two of them: "Mr.
To you from falling hands we throw/The torch; be yours to hold it high/If ye break faith with us who die/We shall not sleep, though poppies grow/In Flanders fields.
Mrs May will say: "Let us not break faith with the British people by trying to stage another referendum.
So it's disappointing no discussion, he has chosen to break faith with the cross-party agreement to tackle a crisis which, in his own words, "leads to 1,500 premature deaths in the West Midlands each year."
This week he warned that "if Congress were to unilaterally move to raise sanctions, it could break faith with those negotiations and actually stop them and break them apart." The report said the government of President Hassan Rouhani is serious about an arrangement with the West, and reminded that the recent report by the International Atomic Energy Agency has stated that Iran has already started confidence-building measures.
"And the risk is that if Congress were to unilaterally move to raise sanctions, it could break faith in those negotiations and actually stop them and break them apart."