loyal definition

  • adjective:
    • Steadfast in allegiance to a single's homeland, federal government, or sovereign.
    • devoted to people, ideal, customized, cause, or responsibility.
    • Of, associated with, or marked by respect. See Synonyms at faithful.
    • Firm in allegiance to one or institution.
    • devoted to someone or cause.
    • Faithful to law; upholding the lawful expert; faithful and real to the legal federal government; faithful on prince or sovereign to who one is subject; unswerving in allegiance.
    • True to your person or people to whom one owes fidelity, especially as a wife to her spouse, lovers to each other, and buddy to friend; continual; faithful to an underlying cause or a principle.
    • steadfast in allegiance or task
    • impressed by love for your nation
    • unwavering in devotion to associate or vow or trigger
  • others:
    • real or faithful in allegiance; maintaining belief or troth; constant in service, commitment, or regard; perhaps not untrue or treacherous: made use of specifically of allegiance into the sovereign, federal government, or legislation, but placed on all the relations of trust or confidence: as, a loyal topic; a loyal friend; becoming loyal to at least one's cause.
    • regarding or marked by allegiance or good-faith; manifesting fidelity or devotion: as, dedicated professions; dedicated adherence to a principle.
    • Synonyms See allegiance.

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