Definition of Faithfuls
1. faithful [n] - See also: faithful
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Literary usage of Faithfuls
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Far Interior: A Narrative of Travel and Adventure from the Cape of Good by Walter Montagu Kerr (1886)
"Thoughts of the old "faithfuls" — A shriek and a shot — Queer visitors — One-sided conversation—Lament for the dead—A timely arrival— Eustaquio da ..."
2. The Congregational Magazine (1824)
"... or faithfuls—certainly importing a distinction of characters among the collective body of the circumcision, which distinction is preserved in chap. xvi. ..."
3. Apostolic Baptism: Facts and Evidences on the Subjects and Mode of Christian by Charles Taylor (1850)
"Let no man despise thy youth ; but be thou an example to the faithfuls ; 1 Tim. iv. 12. • The things thou hast heard from me ; 2 Tim, ii. ..."
4. Views of Christian Nurture, and of Subjects Adjacent Thereto: And of by Horace Bushnell (1848)
"The following is an example: " A faithful descended of faithfuls, here lies Zosimus. He lived two years, one month and twenty-five days." Buonarotti, 17. ..."