Thesaurus / fealty

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The mayor’s boldest land use proposal, offered on the way out the door, still pays fealty to the city’s century-long commitment to single-family housing above all.
The five men pressed the scarfs to their lips in token of fealty.
ROBIN HOODJ. WALKER MCSPADDEN
Right sweetly the knight thanked her for her grace, and pledged her faith and fealty.
Hence the oath of fealty was a personal obligation, and investiture was needful before the new feudee took possession.
Nay, had she not called me her knight and accepted my fealty?
IN THE DAYS OF MY YOUTHAMELIA ANN BLANDFORD EDWARDS
The formidable appearance of the forces he commanded induced the nobles and bishops to do fealty to him.
THE DAYS OF CHIVALRYERNEST LOUIS VICTOR JULES L'EPINE
Then he and all his barons did homage and fealty to Sir Beaumains.
You are not of my people, and I can claim no fealty of you; but I desire your friendship.
In the old days knights could go out and prove their valour and fealty.
Give the Earl at least fair warning:—a prison, or fealty to thee, that is the choice before him!
HAROLD, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON

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