fidelity : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n accuracy with which an electronic system reproduces the sound or image of its input signal
- n the quality of being faithful
- The NGO's work was marked by fidelity to the cause of getting justice for the destitute.
- Call It Sleep: The story of three years in the life of a sensitive Jewish slum-child, told with painstaking and pain-giving fidelity.
- His efforts to hold to a code of honor at work clashed with his falling off the fidelity wagon at home.
- Barack Obama in BusinessWeek
He has applied the Constitution and the laws of the land with fidelity and restraint,Obama told reporters in the White House Rose Garden April 9.
- Anthony Kennedy in Christian Science Monitor
Security depends upon a sophisticated intelligence apparatus and the ability of our Armed Forces to act and to interdict,Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote in the majority opinion. "Security subsists, too, in fidelity to freedom's first...
- Pope Benedict XVI in Los Angeles Times
Fidelity to your Christian roots, fidelity to the church's mission in the Holy Land, demands of each of you a particular kind of courage: the courage of conviction, born of personal faith, not mere social convention or family tradition,...