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Etymology edit

From un- +‎ faithful.

Adjective edit

unfaithful (comparative more unfaithful, superlative most unfaithful)

  1. Not having religious faith.
  2. Not keeping good faith; disloyal; not faithful.
  3. Adulterous.
  4. Not honest or upright.
  5. Negligent or imperfect.
    The painting was an unfaithful rendering of its subject.
  6. (translation studies) Not faithfully rendering the meaning of the source language; incorrect.

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