loyal; adhering firmly to person or cause(adjective) निष्ठावान; व्यक्ति या कारण का दृढ़ता से पालन करना
The practicing members of a religion or followers of a cause. (noun) किसी धर्म के अभ्यास करने वाले सदस्य या किसी कारण के अनुयायी।
Examples of word faithful
Hold this thought steadily, affirm it, believe it, expect it, and all the time be faithful, _absolutely faithful_ to the situation in which you are at present placed.
It speaks of the creation of what it calls faithful capital — that kind of social capital that builds trust and capacity for long-term faithful commitment.
Love for others, concern for justice and the poor are not so much a question of social morals as the expression of a sacramental conception of Christian morality because, through priestly ministry, the spiritual sacrifice of all the faithful is accomplished, in union with the sacrifice of Christ, the only mediator.
Note, The introducing of a young convert into the communion of the faithful is a very good work, and one which, as we have opportunity, we should be ready to do.
* - Whether you consider an adaptation like Fight Club, which changed the ending to the author's hearty cries of "I should have done it that way!" as being "faithful" is a matter of debate.
You'd rather people die than give them health care, you'd rather people starve than give them food, and you'd rather cheat on your wife while stealing tax payers money to go to a foreign country to do it than remain faithful and stay at home doing your job.
Just like I choose to not give into lustful sinful behaviour so that I remain faithful to my wife.
As the countdown to the concert begins, one innocent young man must navigate a minefield of London drug smuggles, New York City brawls and Vegas lap dances to deliver his charge safe and, sort of, sound … all while trying to remain faithful to his med student girlfriend (Elisabeth Moss).
Series will remain faithful to the old show, while introducing new recruits to fight alongside the original characters.