As an American of Italian descent, our traditions are very strong regarding love of family, hard work, and loyalty.
The central government in Kabul is corrupt and inefficient, and it inspires little or no loyalty among the people.
But he had soldiered on, bound by loyalty to Hillary and an implacable sense of duty.
Will “loyalty cards” be enough to stave of a Republican massacre of House Democrats on Tuesday?
She details the time Biggs purposefully hit on her friend, Simone, to determine her loyalty in “Chicks Before Dicks.”
How could his shoddy word weigh against Garrison's, fashioned from the whole cloth and with loyalty, love on Garrison's side?
So we decided to give our Loyalheart a loyalty token, and here it is.
Is it not to have a high conception of what this great new country should be, and to follow out that ideal with loyalty and truth?
Like Hamlet, too, this Richard is quick to suspect even his friends' loyalty.
Of a truth the virtue of loyalty has not been the predominant feature of the Anglo-Saxon races.
c.1400, from Old French loialté, leauté "loyalty, fidelity; legitimacy; honesty; good quality" (Modern French loyauté), from loial (see loyal). Earlier leaute (mid-13c.), from the older French form. Loyalty oath first attested 1852.