fealty

[ fee-uhl-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF fealty

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But—if indeed, you are dazzled by the glamour of a title—do not be too confident of his fealty.

Not the shadow of a doubt had crossed his mind as to the fealty of White.

"The fealty (faith) of the black man is white," said the negro.

And of my fealty, so solemnly sworn, Caterina knoweth naught.

Shall she not take the vow of fealty to the State, instead of her child?

Without doubt this meant their offer of fealty, their acceptance of me as master.

Who does not love this fealty of the old bard to the highest order of things?

Humility, in the Christian sense, means this fealty to the higher.

Gold had won the stout Andres to a fealty stronger than friendship.

Not that she has any fear of his fealty, or that he will prove traitor to his troth now plighted.

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