Infidelity meaning

ĭnfĭ-dĕlĭ-tē
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Lack of religious belief.
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The fact or state of being an infidel.
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The definition of infidelity is the act of behaving unfaithfully and cheating on a spouse or significant other.

An example of infidelity is when you have an affair when you are married and cheat on your spouse.

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Unfaithfulness or disloyalty to another; esp., sexual unfaithfulness of a husband or wife; adultery.
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Unfaithfulness in some other moral obligation.
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Lack of fidelity or loyalty.
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An unfaithful or disloyal act.
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Unfaithfulness in marriage: practice or instance of having a sexual or romantic affair with someone other than one's spouse, without the consent of the spouse.
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Origin of infidelity

  • From Middle French infidélité, from Latin infidelitas

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