good faith good faith


  • (n) having honest intentions


  1. Further, they need to be protected from legal jeopardy when they act in good faith and within the scope of legal guidance.
  2. But those debates are taken up by people in good faith.
  3. What we are talking about to restore good faith is up-front action.


  • Are Manu Ginobili's Days as an NBA Star Officially Over?

    The San Antonio Spurs ' "Big Three" era is over. We can no longer in good faith consider Manu Ginobili a star. In terms of the both eye test and the stat sheet, this day has been coming for a couple of years now. Ginobili was named to the All- NBA third team as recently as 2011, when he averaged 17.4 points and exhibited mastery over the full range of trick shots, crafty passes and timely cuts ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

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languish languish
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