What qualifies as vast enough, as comprehensive enough, as representative enough to faithfully render a city and its people?
And her denials and legal threats are faithfully modeled after the de rigueur motions of past sex-tape shock-feigning stars.
Clinton has faithfully executed the foreign policy handed down by a highly centralized White House.
Most bands these days aspire to reproduce their recordings on stage as faithfully as possible.
She followed David faithfully throughout his steady rise, moving 23 times in 36 years.
It was with difficulty I found words to assure the king that his commands should be faithfully obeyed.
Such was the leader whom Mr. Gladstone had faithfully followed for many years.
With us, at the present day, all natural laws are so well understood and so faithfully obeyed that there are no accidents.
He cared for it faithfully; but he wished to make it even more secluded.
In sorrow, faithfully borne, the beauty and power of holiness had become hourly more apparent to Esmeralda.
c.1300, "full of faith," also "firm in allegiance," from faith + -ful. Meaning "true to the facts" is from 1520s. The noun sense of "true believers" is from 1550s. Related: Faithfully; faithfulness. Old Faithful geyser named 1870 by explorer Gen. H.D. Washburn, Surveyor-General of the Montana Territory, in reference to the regularity of its outbursts.
as a designation of Christians, means full of faith, trustful, and not simply trustworthy (Acts 10:45; 16:1; 2 Cor. 6:15; Col. 1:2; 1 Tim. 4:3, 12; 5:16; 6:2; Titus 1:6; Eph. 1:1; 1 Cor. 4:17, etc.). It is used also of God's word or covenant as true and to be trusted (Ps. 119:86, 138; Isa. 25:1; 1 Tim. 1:15; Rev. 21:5; 22:6, etc.).