One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In a way that shows firm and constant support or allegiance to a person or institution.‘they loyally supported the government’‘he served loyally in parliament for 23 years’
- ‘Her servant has followed her here loyally, watching over the princess vigilantly.’
- ‘In 1914, the universities responded loyally to the empire's danger.’
- ‘He walks off, and his underdogs loyally follow.’
- ‘His successor loyally supported Washington policy.’
- ‘Far from being a heretic, he loyally endorsed the essentials of church doctrine.’
- ‘There are a load of men in black suits who try to stop you from reaching the basement, where your getaway vehicle loyally awaits.’
- ‘The willingness of the mass of civil servants to serve the regime loyally cannot be doubted.’
- ‘Gamers are more than ever sticking loyally to one system.’
- ‘The refurbished theater reopens with its brick-walled intimacy loyally preserved.’
- ‘The judge was bound by the relevant legislation, which was to be applied loyally.’
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