Definition of yours faithfully in English:

yours faithfully

British A formula for ending a formal letter in which the recipient is not addressed by name.
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  • We write ‘yours sincerely’ or ‘yours faithfully’ at the bottom of a letter, then fret for days about whether we chose the right one.
  • However the basic rule is that when you use Dear Sir/Madam then you end with yours faithfully.
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