faithfulness, fidelity, dependability, devotedness, devotion, allegiance, patriotism, trustworthiness, steadfastness, staunchness, firmness, resolution, resolve, reliability, stability, dedication, constancy:
I hope that we can rely on the loyalty of everyone in your unit, Colonel.
absolute, complete, total, undivided, unswerving
He showed unswerving loyalty to his friends.
| fierce, great, intense, strong, tremendous | conflicting, divided
Rows with one's in-laws often create divided loyalties.
| primary, prime
His prime loyalty was to his family.
| family, filial, group, personal, tribal | local, national, regional | religious | party, political | brand, customer
VERB + LOYALTY
command, inspire, win
He inspires great loyalty from all his employees.
| feel, have | display, express, prove, show | pledge, swear
They pledged their loyalty to the king.
Some party members found it hard to transfer their loyalty to the new leader.
LOYALTY + VERB
be, lie, remain
His loyalties lay with people from the same background as himself.
LOYALTY + NOUN
out of ~
She stayed on at the school out of loyalty to her students.
| ~ among
The village is the object of fierce loyalty among its inhabitants.
| ~ for
Mass advertising creates brand loyalty for a product.
| ~ from
The company expects loyalty from its employees.
| ~ to
men whose loyalty is to their political careers
| ~ towards
The team members felt tremendous loyalty towards one another.
a conflict of loyalties, an oath/a pledge of loyalty, a sense of loyalty
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