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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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unfaithfulness or disloyalty — especially from violating marriage vows through sexual relations with someone other than a spouse
  • A friend of the family—a priest—is confiding to Mrs. Satterthwaite his opinion of how her daughter will, one day, respond to an infidelity of her husband's, which the priest believes is only to be expected.
    p. 499.1

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