Definition of good faith in English:

good faith

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noun

[mass noun]
Honesty or sincerity of intention: the details contained in this brochure have been published in good faith
More example sentences
  • His sincerity and good faith are obvious as is his passionate identification with those at the bottom of the heap.
  • The law presumes that the defamatory statement was made honestly and in good faith.
  • If it then turns out that nothing is found, well, all we need say is that it was all genuinely done in good faith.

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