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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOYALLY

"He would have won had I been on his back," declared the girl, loyally.

His emperor had feasted, flattered, and decorated him, and he was loyally grateful.

Stay'd the wheels at CogolettoAnd drank, and loyally drank, to him.

How she had disliked improvements, yet how loyally she had accepted them when made!

But then, has he not loyally engaged to support the Establishment?

She was calmer now, she had heard, and loyally she answered.

Be thankful, then; and in loyally remaining at your post efface what is past.

“She is so nervous,” Maria said loyally, but her paraphrase availed nothing.

I have served him loyally, and so shall I continue to serve.

This is not to say that they will be worthily loved or loyally: there are two sides to a bargain.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, from loyal + -ly (2).

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