Definition of Faithfuls

1. faithful [n] - See also: faithful



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Faithfuls

faith
faith-based
faith-healer
faith cure
faith healer
faith healing
faith will move mountains
faithbased
faithe
faithed
faithfull
faithfully
faithfulness
faithfulnesses
faithfuls (current term)
faithhead
faithing
faithless
faithless elector
faithless electors
faithlessly
faithlessness
faithlessnesses
faiths
faitor
faitors
faitour
faitours
faits accomplis

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. ..."

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