Definition of faithlessness in US English:

faithlessness

noun

  • See faithless

    • ‘But Amanda, though bitterly resenting her husband's faithlessness, remains firm in her virtue.’
    • ‘The letter stated that her involvement in the resolution ‘demonstrated faithlessness in and disloyalty to the University and exhibited an unwillingness to work for the common good of the University.’’
    • ‘There is, there can be nothing endearing about faithlessness.’
    • ‘And the diseases of conceit are a familiar notion from the biblical tradition that goes along with its partner diseases of hubris, idolatry and faithlessness.’
    • ‘The handkerchief is the physical evidence that convinces Othello of his wife's faithlessness.’

Pronunciation

faithlessness

/ˈfāTHləsnəs//ˈfeɪθləsnəs/