Mike Lofgren loyally served the GOP on Capitol Hill for 28 years.
Any black officer in uniform, no matter how loyally he had served the republic, was killed or thrown in chains.
Not since Carmela Soprano has a wife stood so loyally behind her n'er-do-well husband as Denise Richards has in recent months.
Having made up my mind, I loyally warded off anything that might jeopardize my decision.
And Netanyahu has loyally followed that advice since entering politics a quarter century ago.
His admiration for the elder philosopher was great and he cherished it loyally for the rest of his life.
"He would have won had I been on his back," declared the girl, loyally.
loyally and faithfully I shall await your success; but until then we must be strangers to one another.
His emperor had feasted, flattered, and decorated him, and he was loyally grateful.
Zaidos held it loyally but he kept his eyes shut tight, because he could not bear to look.
1530s, in reference to subjects of sovereigns or governments, from Middle French loyal, from Old French loial, leal "of good quality; faithful; honorable; law-abiding; legitimate, born in wedlock," from Latin legalem, from lex "law." In most cases it has displaced Middle English leal, which is from the same French source. Sense development in English is feudal, via notion of "faithful in carrying out legal obligations." In a general sense (of dogs, lovers, etc.), from c.1600. As a noun meaning "those who are loyal" from 1530s (originally often in plural).