Definition of loyalty
1. Feelings of allegiance.
2. The quality of being loyal.
3. The act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action.
They felt no loyalty to a losing team.
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Caesar earned his soldier's loyalty.
I had been rewarded nicely for my loyalty and was looking forward to my retirement the hard military life.
"Oh – we’ll wait and see," he said, laughing as well, but with his black brows close together. "The dog is the symbol of loyalty."
His loyalty to the company was wavering.
What they call their loyalty, and their fidelity, I call either the lethargy of custom or their lack of imagination.
Without giving trust, you won’t receive loyalty.
“Oh – we’ll wait and see,” he said, laughing as well, but with his black brows close together. “The dog is the symbol of loyalty.”
For many years past, our Emperor has been holding out his hand with noble loyalty, but she pretends not to see it. That, you must admit, is not as it should be."
The millionaire felt himself linked by misfortune to these people, considered until then with indifference. He was very grateful for the loyalty of this sick and humble man.
"Don`t think hard of Mamie," he pleaded. "It`s the way she`s made; it`s her high-toned loyalty.