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Jun 19, 2019

What is the Difference between “Faithful” and “Fateful”?


The word “faithful” is an adjective. It means “loyal”; “firm and not changing in your friendship with or support for a person or an organisation, or in your belief in your principles”. “Faithful” is majorly attributed to humans or deities.

“Fateful”, on the other hand, means "having an important and usually negative effect on the future." “Fateful” is an adjective and it is always used before a noun.


Examples
1. Osei Yaw is a faithful friend. 

2. On that faithful day, we didn't wake up to hear good news. 

3. On that fateful day, we didn't wake up to hear good news. 

© Eric Nuamah Korankye

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