faithless faithless


  • (adj) having the character of, or characteristic of, a traitor


  1. Politically, Otto was faithless to France; personally, he was faithless to his wife Suzanne and the son that symbolized their pre-Nazi ideal.
  2. A faithless President and a fervent prosecutor, in a mortal embrace, lacking discretion, playing for keeps, both self-righteous, both condemned, Men of the Year.
  3. Two years to the day after Regensburg, Benedict on Friday renewed his warning of the danger he sees of faithless reason taking root in the West.


  • Sunday Sermon

     Take 15 minutes for this lovely homily on faith. I am particularly struck by the point that utter conviction is utterly faithless
    on July 7, 2013     Source: Devils Lake Journal

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  1. "I was ashamed," McCain wrote in his book "Faith of My Fathers." "I felt faithless and couldn't control my despair. I shook, as if my disgrace were a fever. I kept imagining that they would release my confession to embarrass my father. All my...
    on May 18, 2007 By: John McCain Source: Centre Daily Times

  2. "When I was doing 'Faithless', I was not going to take that chance. I promised Ingmar that I wouldn't change a word from his script, but I asked him not to come on the set or during the editing. He did not like this at all and pleaded to me asking...
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Liv Ullmann Source:

  3. "Faith is not an historical relic but a guide for humanity on its path to the future," Blair said. "A faithless world is not one in which we want ourselves and our children to live."
    on Apr 4, 2008 By: Tony Blair Source: Catholic News Service

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