1. any loyal and steadfast following
2. a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church
1. steadfast in affection or allegiance;
2. marked by fidelity to an original;
3. not having sexual relations with anyone except your husband or wife, or your boyfriend or girlfriend;
Adolf Hitler flew again to Nuremberg to review his faithful followers.
INTP ( Introverted thinking with intuiting ): Faithful, preoccupied, and forgetful, these are the bookworms.
Through those long years of imprisonment and torture, he remained faithful and unyielding.
She is a faithful wife.
Faithful [ Frank ; Honest ] words offend the ear but are good for improving one's conduct.
The report presents a faithful account of the event.
He is faithful in the performance of his duties.
Belgium replied that she had always been faithful to her international obligations.
The craftsmen have ensured faithful reproduction of the original painting.
We are all faithful listeners to the program.
He is faithful to his wife.
They have pledged that they will always remain faithful to each other.
She was always faithful to her husband.
He entrusted his children to a faithful friend.
He is faithful in word and deed.
She has been a faithful mate to him.
We must be honest and faithful to the people.
They promised to be faithful to their ideal for ever.
You have sworn to be faithful to me.
She insisted that she had remained faithful to her husband.
They are seeking to build a faithful recreation of the original Elizabethan theatre.
The officers died faithful to Poland and to the honour of a soldier.
The Bishop directed the faithful to stay at home.
Colin Welland's screenplay is faithful to the novel.
Whether they say it aloud or not, most men expect their wives to be faithful.
The faithful revered him then as a prophet.
Be ye faithful unto the end.
Older Americans are among this country'smost faithful voters.
I'm very faithful when I love someone.
He spends his time making speeches at factories or gatherings of the Party faithful.
faithful, loyal, constant, true