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
Sept. 16: 1 p.m.: Des Plaines' Got Talent; 4 p.m.; R Gang; 6:30 p.m., Generation; 9 p.m. Hi Infidelity.
Bands lined up for the fest include: 4th Point, Friday Jackson, Young Guns, Hi Infidelity, Shindig, Gary Nelson Band, Stateline Band, Modern Day Romeos and Peaches Beach Party.
Frier and Butler had previously broken up because of his infidelity, and several months had passed without any communication.
With the infidelity scandal raging around him, the man everybody thought was a superhero was suddenly vulnerable.
Also goes to show, after you get caught committing cyber-infidelity, there’s no use lying about it.
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