The state or quality of being loyal. See Synonyms at fidelity.(noun)
A feeling or attitude of devoted attachment and affection. Often used in the plural: My loyalties lie with my family. (noun)
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Use "loyalty" in a sentence
"He supported Hazel Blears for the position of deputy leader of the Labour party but his main loyalty is to himself and his career, albeit that career stalled when he resigned his position as PPS to the afore mentioned Hazel Blears over the decision to replace Trident; maybe he is trying to resurrect it and the BBC are trying to help him do that, but why?"
"For those not familiar with the term loyalty - in this case it refers to putting the American Citizen first."
"Your loyalty is admirable, however I new nothing about crossfit prior to Tyler's blog site and the numerous video bits he has shown in the past (search crossfit and you should get about 10 hits if you include this blog)."