Definition of infidelity
1 : lack of belief in a religion
2a : unfaithfulness to a moral obligation : disloyaltyb : the act or fact of having a romantic or sexual relationship with someone other than one's husband, wife, or partner
Examples of infidelity in a Sentence
She was convinced that her husband was guilty of infidelity.
He has admitted to a number of marital infidelities.
Recent Examples of infidelity from the Web
JAY-Z's new album 4:44 has been popularly heralded as a response to Beyoncé's landmark fifth album Lemonade, but in particularly it's been pored over for its references to relationship infidelity.
Just as a documentary about her husband’s infidelities aired, a lithe and leggy Diana floated into a Serpentine Gallery benefit wearing a body-conscious cocktail dress by Christina Stambolian.
In 2016, Beyoncé released her album, Lemonade, a sprawling, deeply personal masterpiece that allegedly detailed her husband Jay Z's infidelity.
Then, last year, his wife Beyoncé released her stunning visual album, Lemonade, which appeared to detail Jay Z's alleged infidelity.
Topol profiles four, altering their names lest Boko Haram learn of their infidelity and, somehow, try to exact even more pain.
Folks are being betrayed left and right: murder, infidelity, the works.
Born in 1897, in Texas, the story goes that, when Johnson was young, his stepmother threw lye in his face out of spite for his father’s infidelity.
The testimony, court records show, delved into previous claims of spousal abuse at the hands of Wayne Breen and infidelity on the part of Wayne and Kacie Breen.
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