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faithful

adjective  /ˈfeɪθ·fəl/ us  
trusted; loyal: She has been a faithful employee for 30 years. If something, such as a copy or recording, is faithful, it is exactly like or very similar to the original: The painting was a faithful reproduction of the original. If you are faithful to someone or something, you remain loyal and keep the promises you made: You've been faithful to your family.
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