false, untrue, deceitful, foresworn, unreliable, traitorous, treasonable, perfidious, not true to, of bad faith, treacherous, untrustworthy, shifty, unreliable.
Antonyms faithful*, constant, loyal.
Having broken the marriage vow
adulterous, philandering, incontinent, unchaste; see wicked 1.
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Not true to duty or obligation:
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