Synonym: allegiance, attachment, devotion, faith, faithfulness, loyalty. Similar words: salty, penalty, royalty, casualty, specialty, dealt, wealth, health. Meaning: ['fɪːəltɪ] n. the loyalty that citizens owe to their country (or subjects to their sovereign).
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1. He swore fealty to the king.
2. By this act he performed fealty.
3. Saving only the fealty which he owed to his father he swore allegiance to Philip against all men.
4. Nico responded by pledging his fealty to Bolcarro, but you wonder where those columns came from.
5. He took an oath of fealty to the king.
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6. He swore fealty to his lord.
7. In many countries politicians fealty to open markets is already more rhetorical than real.
8. When the seigneur swore fealty to gods on the feudal ceremony, the king had got a permanent affiliation with the seigneur except lineal consanguinity, which was supervised by gods every time.
9. If you are fealty and virtuous, then I would like to meet you.
10. India still has strong traditions, such as family fealty, that may constrain nouveau-riche pressures on values.
11. Though swearing fealty to Osama bin Laden, he had indeed started to become his rival.
12. The 1790s and 1890s both began as conservative periods of government fealty to business and finance.
13. They were subject to the warden's authority, and in some forests swore fealty to him.
14. If he's trusted me I've never asked him to, and I've never promised him fealty.
15. Hong Kong, by contrast, had no history, no past, only a fealty to the wrecking ball.
16. Round many western islands have I been Which bards in fealty to Apollo hold.
17. Round many western islands have I been Which Bards in fealty to Apollo hold.
18. The ever - expanding bureaucracy of CONCORD has become a - empirical, swearing fealty to no one race.
19. Landman, 54, is in Malema's parlance a Boer, though he prefers Afrikaner, the name that South Africa's Dutch settlers gave themselves to show fealty to the African land they came to love.
20. The rod held by a feudal tenant while swearing fealty to a lord.
21. The abject condition of those bondage saw him abjure all fealty to his society.