Definition of infidelity in English:

infidelity

Line breaks: in|fi¦del|ity
Pronunciation: /ɪnfɪˈdɛlɪti
 
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noun (plural infidelities)

[mass noun]
  • 2Disbelief in a particular religion, especially Christianity.
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    • It is said that he wouldn't stay in a room with men whose conversation was marked by infidelity and blasphemy.
    • As a result of their infidelity, the people descended into moral and spiritual corruption.
    • They are the righteous ones whose garments have not been soiled by infidelity to the patron of the universe.

Origin

late Middle English (in the senses 'lack of faith' and 'disloyalty'): from Old French infidelite or Latin infidelitas, from infidelis 'not faithful' (see infidel).

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