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faith

noun acceptance, allegiance, assurance, assured expectation, belief, certainty, certitude, confidence, conviction, credence, deep-rooted belief, fidelity, fides, firm belief, freedom from doubt, hope, implicit belief, implicit confidence, loyalty, opinio, optimism, persuasio, reliance, sanguine expectation, sanguineness, staunch belief, staunch loyalty, steadfast belief, steadfastness, sureness, surety, troth, trust, unquestioning acceptance, unnhakable trust
Foreign phrases: Fides servanda est.Faith must be obberved. Judiciis posterioribus fides est adhibenda. Credit should be given to the more recent decisions. Ligeantia est quasi legis essentia; est vinculum fidei. Allegiance is the essence of law; it is the bond of faith.
See also: allegiance, confidence, conviction, credence, credibility, fealty, fidelity, outlook, persuasion, probity, prospect, reliance, safety, security, trust, weight
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Keeping Faith will probably be of greatest interest to readers who are, like the author, actively involved in their own "search for what it means to have and keep faith.
The authors offer alternative and enlightening perspectives on world issues while still keeping faith in God.
The England coach must also weigh up whether to plunge Sol Campbell and Ferdinand back into the line-up for Saturday's World Cup qualifier against Wales, rather than keeping faith with John Terry and Ledley King.
I SALUTE Tony Mowbray for keeping faith in his footballing principals but the bottom line is we are going down.
Was the Newcastle centre at Twickenham, displaying the benefits of the England set-up keeping faith in such a brilliant young talent?