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So we decided to give our Loyalheart a loyalty token, and here it is.

Like Hamlet, too, this Richard is quick to suspect even his friends' loyalty.

There was nothing forced nor feigned in these testimonials of loyalty to George the Second.

The khan asserted his loyalty and that of his neighbour the Khan of Jar.

It was they who first questioned the petals of flowers for their lovers' loyalty.

What a grand thing a boy's heart is, when you capture its loyalty and its affection!

Pee-wee's loyalty was so staunch that he did not even consider the things his aunt had said.

A legion of hirelings were zealous to show their servility and loyalty to their lords.

But General Washington soon had cause to doubt his loyalty, and he was watched.

As to their morality, it is on a level with their religion and loyalty.

WORD ORIGIN

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.

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