fidelity en Anglais
"What a fuss people make about fidelity!" exclaimed Lord Henry.
The Queen turned pale, and her heart was full of terror, but she said, "We owe it to him for his great fidelity."
What they call their loyalty, and their fidelity, I call either the lethargy of custom or their lack of imagination.
Her husband's quarrelsomeness, his irritable character and his masterful will all sank into insignificance when she thought of his unvarying fidelity. In so many years of married life, nothing!
and for a moment in the sunk lost eyes there was a kind of fidelity which reminded the Boy dreadfully of Rose.
But you need him so as to contemplate continually your heroic fidelity and to reproach him for infidelity.
Have for your husband the love of Rachel, the wisdom of Rebecca, the constant fidelity of Sarah.
Histories are more full of Examples of the Fidelity of dogs than of Friends.
In November 1989, Fidelity began charging a fee of 0.75 percent on trades held less than thirty days.
The female looks the males over, and tries to spot signs of fidelity and domesticity in advance.
1. accuracy: closeness, exactness, faithfulness, precision
2. faithfulness: constancy, devotion, allegiance, ardour, fealty, piety, loyalty