faithless

[feyth-lis]
adjective
1.
not adhering to allegiance, promises, vows, or duty: the faithless behavior of Benedict Arnold.
2.
not trustworthy; unreliable.
3.
without trust or belief.
4.
being without religious faith.
5.
(among Christians) bereft of Christian faith.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English faithles. See faith, -less

faithlessly, adverb
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faithless (ˈfeɪθlɪs)
 
adj
1.  unreliable or treacherous
2.  dishonest or disloyal
3.  having no faith or trust
4.  lacking faith, esp religious faith
 
'faithlessly
 
adv
 
'faithlessness
 
n

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faithless
c.1300, unbelieving, from faith + -less. Meaning insincere is mid-14c. Related: Faithlessly; faithlessness.
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Example sentences
The root cause of that sorry episode is the lack of official accountability
  spawned by a faithless, apathetic judiciary.
Mildred is taken from room to room, and one is held in suspense test she
  encounter her faithless husband.
Simple and faithless as a smile and shake of the hand.
The sea, he thought, had treasured its memories deeper than the faithless land.
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