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I’m delighted to know you have such faith in me.
The public have lost faith in what the government is doing.
Maybe we put too much faith in doctors and medicine.
The attack has destroyed his faith in humankind.
They seemed to accept everything he said with blind faith.
Religious faith expresses itself in a variety of forms.
Faith in God helped him through his illness.
people of many different faiths
a person of the Jewish faith
This is the American English definition of faith. View British English definition of faith.
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