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
Reliable statistics on infidelity are hard to come by as there are few incentives for candour and definitions vary.
In a city full of competition — dueling academics at Yale, striving actresses at Long Wharf, rival street toughs, and the town's fair share of infidelity, double-dealing, misguided youth and disturbed or even occult outliers — noir is everywhere.
While Bey and Jay had been keeping a super low public profile for most of June, the rapper dropped his new and extremely candid apology album 4:44, which detailed his infidelity and later absolution.
Lady Macbeth Is a Brilliant, Macabre Period Drama—David Sims delights in William Oldroyd’s debut film that tackles murder and infidelity in rural Victorian England.
Landline,’’ a comedy about infidelity that takes place in the ’90s.
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.
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First Known Use of infidelity
Synonymsdisloyalty, faithlessness, falseness, falsity, inconstancy, perfidiousness, perfidy, unfaithfulness
Antonymsallegiance, constancy, devotedness, devotion, faith, faithfulness, fealty, fidelity, loyalty
Related Wordsadultery; betrayal, double-cross, double-dealing, duplicity, sellout, treachery, treason; deceit, deception, lying
Near Antonymsstaunchness, steadfastness; dependability, reliability; honesty, trustworthiness
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