Faith synonyms

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The longing or desire for something accompanied by the belief in the possibility of its occurrence:
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(Business, finance) An assent and engagement by the person on whom a bill of exchange is drawn, to pay it when due according to the terms of the acceptance.
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The state of being dependent on another for financial support.
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The degree to which an electronic system accurately reproduces the sound or image of its input signal.
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Anything believed or accepted as true; esp., a creed, doctrine, or tenet
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Reliance on the intention and ability of a purchaser to pay in the future; credit:
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Dependence; trust; confidence in the support of someone or something. Dependence; trust; confidence in the support of someone or something.
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An avowal of faith or belief.
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Not subject to corruption or decay.
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Loyalty or the obligation of loyalty, as to a nation, sovereign, or cause.
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The act of obeying.
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Acceptance as true or valid; belief:
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Reputation for solvency and integrity entitling a person to be trusted in buying or borrowing:
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Belief in one's own abilities; self-confidence
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The act or process by which a judge or jury finds someone guilty of an offense. See also judgment.
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(Countable, rare) The result or product of being sure.
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A feeling or attitude of devoted attachment and affection:
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One's pledged fidelity.
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Something that is clearly established or assured:
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A pledge or formal promise made to secure against loss, damage, or default; a security.
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Consent or agreement; concurrence
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A disposition to believe too readily.
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The state of being certain or convinced of something; complete assurance; confidence:
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The belief in and reverence for a supernatural power or powers, regarded as creating and governing the universe:
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A system of belief, principles, or opinions:
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A rule, theory, or principle of law
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A principle or statement of ideas, or a group of such principles or statements, especially when considered to be authoritative or accepted uncritically:
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A doctrine, principle, or position held as part of a philosophy, religion, or field of endeavor.
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(Proper) The last book of the New Testament, ascribed to John (in full The Revelation of Saint John the Divine); Apocalypse
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The musical setting of the Nicene Creed.
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The proclamation of the redemption preached by Jesus and the Apostles, which is the central content of Christian revelation.
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A person's particular religion
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A list of recognized saints as in the Roman Catholic Church
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A basic truth, law, or assumption:
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The state or quality of being pious, especially:
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Ecclesiastical power as distinguished from the secular:
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An orthodox belief, doctrine, custom, etc.
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The ceremonies, prayers, or other religious forms by which this love is expressed:
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Belief in one God viewed as creator and ruler of the universe and known by revelation
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The act, practice, occupation, or profession of a teacher.
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A course of specialized religious study usually at a college or seminary.
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A female lover; a mistress.
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(Bible) The Ten Commandments.
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A large group of religious congregations united under a common faith and name, usually organized under a single administrative and legal hierarchy.
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The formal means of expressing religious reverence; religious ceremony and ritual.
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A formal system of beliefs
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Free from mistakes or errors; precise
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Responsible; conscientious:
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Implied or understood though not directly expressed:
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Relating to or indicating loyalty
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(Signal processing, of a communication protocol) Such that either a sent packet will reach its destination, even if it requires retransmission, or the sender will be told that it didn't
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Firm or determined; unwavering.
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Firm; steadfast; loyal
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Firm, fixed, settled, or established
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Not veering or turning aside:
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Never doubted; always steady and on course
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Trust or faith in a person or thing:
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A religious text presenting a prayer, frequently accompanied by an introductory scriptural passage and a homiletic gloss.
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A mutual promise to get married.
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An oath of such loyalty
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The condition of being given or held as security for a contract, payment, etc.
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An oral or written agreement to do or not to do something
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A religious body, especially one that has separated from a larger denomination.
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Something said; an utterance, remark, or comment:
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To take up, support, or advocate (some cause, idea, etc.)
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(Archaic) To profess or proclaim publicly
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A sharing in, or celebrating of, the Eucharist, or Holy Communion
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a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny
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A religion in which rules exist to govern the means by which adherents participate in the religion.
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A looking for as due, proper, or necessary
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In some Christian churches, the sacrament of Penance.
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