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  • I would trust to my fidelity and perseverance — and to Dora.’
  • His homely figure seemed to be lightened up by his fidelity and generosity.
  • Its deep fidelity and goodness were not to be adorned by me or any man.
  • ’I should cancel with it,’ he pursued, ’such patience and devotion, such fidelity, such a child’s love, as I must not forget, no! even to forget myself.’
  • I can hardly believe, writing now long afterwards, but that I was actually present in these scenes; they are impressed upon me with such an astonishing air of fidelity.
  • Probably only in an increase, had that been possible, of the romantic feelings of fidelity and friendship with which I walked beside him, over the dark wintry sands towards the old boat; the wind sighing around us even more mournfully, than it had sighed and moaned upon the night when I first darkened Mr. Peggotty’s door.
  • I tried to show her how I had hoped I had come into the better knowledge of myself and of her; how I had resigned myself to what that better knowledge brought; and how I had come there, even that day, in my fidelity to this.
  • I do not hope that any love and duty I may render in return, will ever make me worthy of your priceless confidence; but with all this knowledge fresh upon me, I can lift my eyes to this dear face, revered as a father’s, loved as a husband’s, sacred to me in my childhood as a friend’s, and solemnly declare that in my lightest thought I have never wronged you; never wavered in the love and the fidelity I owe you!’

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  • But it was only decent, and now I was a cheater, and I couldn’t ruin my record of fidelity on something merely average.
    Gillian Flynn  --  Gone Girl
  • That opening is scientifically and mathematically positioned by a factory-trained technician to enhance the TT AB-700’s true high-fidelity sound!"
    Christopher Paul Curtis  --  The Watsons Go to Birmingham—1963

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