Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Among all the refugees, there is not one more loyal to the backbone than we.

If they would accept his aid, no one would be more loyal than he to these ladies.

Among all your subjects none was more loyal and faithful than Logwane.

Never had the City been in a more loyal or more joyous mood.

But loyal as he was to his friends, he was yet more loyal to his verse.

Wellington's watchword, like Washington's, was duty; and no man could be more loyal to it than he was.

Unfortunately the young expressman was more loyal to Bill than diplomatic.

No woman ever had better or more loyal friends than Margaret Fuller.

No county was more loyal to the royal cause than that of Hereford.

It is certain that no immigrant is more loyal to wife and child than the Irishman.