keep faith


keep faith
phrasal
: to observe and live up to one's moral commitments (to something) : show steady loyalty — often used with with

keep faith with one's religion

keep faith with one's children

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keep faith
To act honestly, according to one's promise (with)
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Main Entry:faith

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • keep faith — index adhere (maintain loyalty) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • keep faith — Synonyms and related words: abide by, act up to, adhere to, attend to, be faithful to, comply with, conform to, do justice to, fill, follow, fulfill, heed, hold by, keep, keep faith with, keep troth, live up to, make good, meet, not fail, observe …   Moby Thesaurus

  • keep faith — keep one s promise …   English contemporary dictionary

  • keep faith — verb a) to retain ones faith b) to continue to have confidence in someone or something, and to support them or it …   Wiktionary

  • keep faith with someone — keep faith with (someone/something) to be loyal to someone or something. It is unusual for any official to keep faith with promises made when trying to win an election …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep faith with something — keep faith with (someone/something) to be loyal to someone or something. It is unusual for any official to keep faith with promises made when trying to win an election …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep faith with — (someone/something) to be loyal to someone or something. It is unusual for any official to keep faith with promises made when trying to win an election …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep faith with something — keep faith with (something/someone) formal to continue to support an idea or person, especially by doing what you promised to do. Has the company kept faith with its promise to invest in training? …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep faith with someone — keep faith with (something/someone) formal to continue to support an idea or person, especially by doing what you promised to do. Has the company kept faith with its promise to invest in training? …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep faith with — (something/someone) formal to continue to support an idea or person, especially by doing what you promised to do. Has the company kept faith with its promise to invest in training? …   New idioms dictionary