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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

Synonyms for faith

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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In holding our tongues, we have broken faith with the tens of thousands of Russians who have taken to the streets over the last year to protest Putin's crackdown and demand more freedom.
church has broken faith with the wider Anglican Communion, a federation of 38 churches and some 77 million members worldwide.
It appears that we have "dropped the torch" and broken faith.
They have been living in a deepening twilight, wondering if in that dimming illumination they would be indistinguishable from their brothers who had broken faith with their people.
Hahn, who was one of the lead city negotiators on the consent decree, said the decree and the Rampart Division scandal ``had broken faith with the people.
So now it is all confirmed: that the President is a liar and (for at least the second time) an adulterer, that he has cheated and dodged and evaded and deceived, that he has broken faith with his wife and his daughter and made stooges of the electorate.
While ISS did 'not see a significant difference in the strategies of the two slates' with regard to improving operating performance, ISS, unfortunately, did not highlight the real issue in this campaign - the restoration of trust and accountability to a board that has broken faith with the shareholders on so many occasions.
The council also would need to decide whether the voters would consider the council to have broken faith by using the bonds for a construction project not contemplated when the measure was referred" to voters, he wrote.
This much now seems clear: Whether or not President Clinton has broken any laws, he has broken faith with those who elected him.
Faith in God when it seems as though God has broken faith with His own people.
Granting such preference to a parcel of land that wasn't even on the list of potential purchases during the bond measure campaign would have broken faith with the voters.
To do otherwise would have broken faith with voters, a majority of whom supported the levy in May.