good faith

Definition of "good faith"
  1. A sincere intention to be fair, honest and lawful in one's actions or dealings, without any aim to deceive or cheat
How to use "good faith" in a sentence
  1. The buyer made the purchase in good faith, having no knowledge of the item's history.
  2. She signed the contract in good faith, expecting a fair and equal exchange of services.
  3. With good faith, the mediator executed the negotiation process between the two parties.

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