faithworthy

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

faith +‎ -worthy

AdjectiveEdit

faithworthy (comparative more faithworthy, superlative most faithworthy)

  1. (archaic) trustworthy
    • 1863, The Dublin University Magazine (volume 61, page 114)
      Other faithworthy witnesses had been fortunate enough to be present when this cab drew up at the door of Mr. Bulgings, the well-known Magistrate of Pricetown []