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Definition of "faithfull" [faithfull]

  • Archaic spelling of faithful. (adjective)

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Use "faithfull" in a sentence
  • "Well, I don't think it's a bad idea, of course, IF they really remain faithfull to the real animation and not doing faggie versions of it just for nowadays youth (sorry for that, but they're all retarded) like it (pretty much like what they did in spider-man 3 movie, argh! or are doing with the dbz movie)."
  • "I was confronted by a preacher who was informing the "faithfull" that Jews were all monkeys and Christians, also referred to as kaffirs, were pigs."
  • "Elders in every City, "we are to understand the same thing; namely, that hee should call the faithfull together, and ordain them Presbyters by plurality of suffrages."
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