Examples of unfaithful in a Sentence
colonists who later proved to be unfaithful to the cause of independence
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Investigators questioned Cruz and his mother, who said her son’s behavior was due to a breakup with a girlfriend who had been unfaithful, according to a Florida Department of Children and Families report obtained by Fox News.
Irrespective of one's party, people can understand the difficult feelings that arise from being on the receiving end of an unfaithful partner.
Now, Melania's official director of communications, Stephanie Grisham, has spoken out—presumably on Melania's behalf—about the rumors that Donald's been unfaithful.
Hours later, Greitens was denying allegations of blackmail while admitting to being unfaithful.
However Mitchell suspected Bailey had been unfaithful, sparking a week's worth of arguments that culminated in a confrontation that Bailey's friends came over to help mediate, authorities said.
Up next in the marital sweepstakes, George II was a trying, unfaithful husband with a ghastly temper.
But, of note in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Krefft concludes that Fox was never unfaithful to his wife, Eva, while his rival studio lords — Jack Warner and Louis B. Mayer — philandered infamously on their casting couches.
Place her coffin so that her unfaithful husband must walk across her bones to see his mistress.
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UNFAITHFUL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unfaithful for English Language Learners
: having a sexual relationship with someone who is not your wife, husband, or partner
: not accurate
UNFAITHFUL Defined for Kids
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