Fidelity is the quality of being faithful or loyal. Its original meaning regarded duty in a broader sense than the related concept of fealty. Both derive from the Latin word fidēlis, meaning “faithful or loyal”.
faithfulness to a person, cause, belief, etc, demonstrated by continued loyalty and support.
he had no fidelity so he cheated on his girl.
The Free Dictionary
n, pl -ties
1. devotion to duties, obligations, etc; faithfulness
2. loyalty or devotion, as to a person or cause
3. faithfulness to one’s spouse, lover, etc
4. adherence to truth; accuracy in reporting detail
What a waste of time it was to come up with a word only to have it broken and challenged over and over again. Why come up with a word that has effectively NO dictionary meaning? And if it does have meaning, its just lives like a car accident waiting to happen.
I want to create the “Graveyard Dictionary” where words go to die!
I even got bored reading these definitions.