What Is Infidelity?

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Infidelity refers to the act of being unfaithful to your sexual partner or spouse. The term may also be used in reference to the lack of belief in a religion. Infidelity is normally considered a breach of trust between two people, usually of a sexual nature.
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in·fi·del·i·ty
[in-fi-del-i-tee]
NOUN [PLURAL IN·FI·DEL·I·TIES.]
1.
marital disloyalty; adultery.
2.
unfaithfulness; disloyalty.
3.
lack of religious faith, especially Christian faith.
4.
a breach of trust or a disloyal act; transgression.
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