Definition of Infidelity

1. Noun. The quality of being unfaithful.

Exact synonyms: Unfaithfulness
Generic synonyms: Quality
Specialized synonyms: Faithlessness, Falseness, Fickleness, Inconstancy, Disloyalty
Antonyms: Fidelity, Faithfulness
Derivative terms: Unfaithful, Unfaithful, Unfaithful



Definition of Infidelity

1. n. Want of faith or belief in some religious system; especially, a want of faith in, or disbelief of, the inspiration of the Scriptures, of the divine origin of Christianity.

Definition of Infidelity

1. Noun. Unfaithfulness in marriage or other moral obligation. ¹

2. Noun. Lack of religious belief. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Infidelity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Infidelity

infests
infestuous
infeudate
infeudated
infeudates
infeudating
infeudation
infeudations
infibulate
infibulations
inficete
infidel
infidelic
infidelities
infidelity (current term)
infidels
infield
infield flies
infield fly
infield fly rule
infield hit
infield shift
infielder
infielders
infields
infight
infighter
infighters
infighting

Literary usage of Infidelity

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1. The New Englander by William Lathrop Kingsley (1883)
"Let it suffice for the present that infidelity is charged with being recreant to these ... The unfaithful spirit of infidelity reacts upon the individual, ..."

2. The Reformation by George Park Fisher (1906)
"Whether Protestantism fosters infidelity or not is a question which can be more intelligently considered hereafter. It may be observed here, however, ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1796)
"... part of the Age of infidelity which we gave to the fir(t part, Tee Rev. ... The Age of infidelity. Part II. ..."

4. The Spectator: Corrected from the Originals by Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele (1827)
"infidelity has been attacked with so good success of late years, that it is driven out of all its out-works. The atheist has not found his post tenable, ..."

5. The Harleian Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John Malham (1810)
"... STATE OF RELIGION, With Regard to the late excessive Growth of infidelity, Heresy, ... you such an account of the progress of infidelity, heresy, ..."

6. The British Essayists edited by Alexander Chalmers (1808)
"'As folly and inconsiderateness are the foundations of infidelity, the great pillars ... infidelity has been attacked with so good success of late years, ..."

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