Definition: loyalty; accuracy
Definition: loyalty; accuracy
Sentences Containing 'fidelity'
Miss Pross's fidelity of belief in Solomon -LRB- deducting a mere trifle for this slight mistake -RRB- was quite a serious matter with Mr. Lorry, and had its weight in his good opinion of her.
He was not improved in habits, or in looks, or in manner; but there was a certain rugged air of fidelity about him, which was new to the observation of Charles Darnay.
He occupied rooms in the Bank, in his fidelity to the House of which he had grown to be a part, like strong root ivy.
``The Golden Age was first created, which without any avenger Spontaneously without law cherished fidelity and rectitude.
``This paper, my friend,''said Faria,``I may now avow to you, since I have the proof of your fidelity this paper is my treasure, of which, from this day forth, one half belongs to you.''
There he told the chief all his affection for the prisoner, their promises of mutual fidelity, and how every night, since he had been near, they had met in some neighboring ruins.
She was fearful of exciting any remark, and believed firmly in her daughter's innocence and fidelity to the paternal roof.
In 1672, when the French king was at Utrecht, the bank of Amsterdam paid so readily, as left no doubt of the fidelity with which it had observed its engagements.
This tax is generally supposed to be paid with great fidelity.
Every citizen assesed himself, and paid his tax, in the same manner as at Hamburg, and it was in general supposed to have been paid with great fidelity.
At any rate, even if there are readers to whom it is a matter of indifference, fidelity to the method is as much a part of the translator's duty as fidelity to the matter.
Traitor, cruel, vindictive, and perfidious, wherein had this poor wretch failed in his fidelity, who with such frankness showed thee the secrets and the joys of his heart?
Fair be the fortunes of such a master and such a servant, the one the cynosure of knight-errantry, the other the star of squirely fidelity!
The same prisoner, when conducted to the scaffold, foresees his death as certainly from the constancy and fidelity of his guards, as from the operation of the axe or wheel.
Hence those vows of fidelity exacted upon a Testament, and hence also the allusions to a possibility of something happening on the very morning of the wedding.
I would trust to my fidelity and perseverance--and to Dora.'
His homely figure seemed to be lightened up by his fidelity and generosity.
I can hardly believe, writing now long afterwards, but that I was actually present in these scenes; they are impressed upon me with such an astonishing air of fidelity.
Its deep fidelity and goodness were not to be adorned by me or any man.
'I should cancel with it,' he pursued, 'such patience and devotion, such fidelity, such a child's love, as I must not forget, no!
I tried to show her how I had hoped I had come into the better knowledge of myself and of her; how I had resigned myself to what that better knowledge brought; and how I had come there, even that day, in my fidelity to this.
spite of million villains, this makes me a bigot in the fadeless fidelity of man!--and a black!
This is reflected in the company's motto "Ultimate Fidelity since 1925".
He designed furniture, was interested in ceramics, like to tinker with high fidelity systems, and loved sailing.
A man and woman talk of women's fidelity, he disbelieving, and she producing the nut-brown maid as proof.
Every year during the third weekend in June, the Kinna Pageant is an historical play about love, hate, fidelity and loyalty to the church and humankind.
Nortec's music has appeared in commercials for Volvo, Dell, Fidelity Mutual, Edwin Jeans (with Brad Pitt), Nissan and others.
Valencienne produces the fan and assures Baron Zeta of her fidelity by reading out what she had replied to Camille's declaration: "I'm a highly respectable wife".
"The old Livonian language, which is now nearly extinct, is kept up with the greatest fidelity by the women, while the men are abandoning it for Lettish."
In fact, we looked at it with extraordinary care and intensity and fidelity."
From November 2004 the fidelity of MakeUEF improved and the file spec was further refined, and an extension of codice_7 ("high quality") was adopted to reflect this.
It is threatened due to habitat destruction and hunting, the former exacerbated by high roost-site fidelity.
During mix down a separate set of playback heads with higher fidelity are used.
Süreyya is not sure about Nazım's love and so she asks her best friend Burcu (Beste Bereket) to seduce him in order to test his fidelity.
When he was about be slain, he appealed to the Lord to accept him as his vechicle, and he would serve him with fidelity.
All teachers must sign a profession of faith and oath of fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
At the heart of reform movements, past and present, lie hermeneutical questions about what fidelity to tradition means.
Within each of these long tones, Stockhausen's voice intones a different "noble word" (such as "hope", "fidelity", "balance", "generosity", etc.).
"Treue" (Fidelity), for E clarinet, basset horn, and bass clarinet.
The brief spoken text in this trio is "Treue zu Gott" (Fidelity to God).
See Women in Japan, Law of Japan Expectation of fidelity and violence related to adultery.
A breach of this expectation of fidelity is commonly referred to as adultery or extramarital sex.
Composed before their engagement, "Here I Stand" was played at Usher and Foster's wedding, on Foster's request. The tune is an assurance of sexual fidelity and commitment.
The focus of Starr's books and speaking tours is mainly the subject of fidelity and trust in marriage.
From there, Bodman went to Fidelity Venture Associates, a division of the Fidelity Investments.
In 1983 he was named President and Chief Operating Officer of Fidelity Investments and a Director of the Fidelity Group of Mutual Funds.
Most certainly and without qualification may this be said of my cancellation decisions, and it was for these alone that my official fidelity was clamorously questioned...
On December 30, 1993, First Fidelity Bancorp acquired Peoples Westchester.
He went on to work as an investment advisor with Merrill Lynch, Dean Witter and Fidelity Investment.
Butler said that while he did not feel constrained by Snyder's direction, fidelity to the comic imposed certain limitations on his performance.
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gruel - thin liquid porridge
executioner - person administering capital punishment
morose - ill-humored; sullen; sullenly melancholy
disgorge - surrender something (stolen); eject; vomit; OP. gorge
roseate - rosy; optimistic; Ex. roseate views
expansive - (of a person) outgoing and sociable; broad and extensive; able to increase in size
synthesis - combining parts or separate things into a whole; the whole so formed; PL. syntheses; V. synthesize
connivance - pretense of ignorance of something wrong; assistance; permission to offend; V. connive: feign ignorance (of a wrong); cooperate secretly in an illegal action; conspire