A feeling, conviction, or belief that something is true or real, without having evidence. (noun)
A religious belief system. (noun)
An obligation of loyalty or fidelity and the observance of such an obligation. (noun)
A trust or confidence in the intentions or abilities of a person, object, or ideal. (noun)
Examples of word faith
The political instability has also undermined investors 'faith in our economy — faith we can ill-afford to lose.
There is more involved than simply defending the role of faith in education – and unless 'faith schools 'show a keener than average awareness of some of the issues discussed above, they will be failing in a central aspect of their duty.
We speak a great deal in Europe about 'faith-based' education, 'faith schools 'and so on.
"Turn the other cheek" is at the core of the red states 'faith, and though I guess it's buried pretty deep right now (I have a lot things buried deep in me too,) there's this concept in the Christian faith called the resurrection.
All of this -- the ''gut'' and ''instincts,'' the certainty and religiosity -connects to a single word, ''faith,'' and faith asserts its hold ever more on debates in this country and abroad.