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Faithfully, 1) with good faith, loyally: LLL II, 157. V, 2, 841. H8 IV, 2, 141.
2) honestly, conformably to truth: “we will answer all things f.” Merch. V, 299. “I'll speak that which you will wonder at. But wilt thou f.?” All's IV, 1, 95. “her death was f. confirmed by the rector of the place,” IV, 3, 68. “their own authors f. affirm.” H5 I, 2, 43.
3) from the heart, earnestly: “if that you were the good Sir Rowland's son, as you have whispered f. you were,” As II, 7, 192. “hast thou denied thyself a Faulconbridge? As f. as I deny the devil,” John I, 252. “if thou dost love, pronounce it f.” Rom. II, 2, 94. “I should not urge it half so f.” Tim. III, 2, 46.
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