Loyally in a sentence

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Definition of Loyally

  • In a loyal manner; faithfully.
  • with loyalty; in a loyal manner

How to use loyally in a sentence. Loyally pronunciation.

May the day be not far distant when we shall once more be a nation of sturdy freemen-not kept from mischief to ourselves by a paternal law copper-fastened in the Constitution, not watched like children by a host of guardians and spies and informers, but upstanding Americans loyally obedient to the Constitution, because living under a Constitution which a people of manly freemen can wholeheartedly respect and cherish.
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But he dared not vow to marry, and the Swiss woman was loyally true to her oath.
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I'm so fond of her, though, that she always looks pretty to me," ended Betty loyally, trying to do full justice to her friend and yet be honest.
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She will be condemned and sold, and those who help me loyally will have their reward.
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Andy Green, thinking loyally of his Rosemary, swung his horse indignantly toward the two.
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More than one little girl loyally voted for her own child.
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The prior himself was at the window above his head; and the only answer was a sneer, which was loyally echoed through every cloister.
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The call was right loyally responded to, and with Captain Bridge leading, three British cheers rang out and echoed among the hills; and then, with a royal salute, the troops once more presenting arms, the ceremony was brought to a close.
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She had been loyally ready to sink her depression in order to alleviate Aline's, but it was a distinct relief to find that the feat would not be necessary.
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Downtrodden for thousands of years, weeping always, suffering always, abandoned always by its God, yet clinging to him tenaciously, loyally, as no other under the sun.
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Your co-religionists are fighting under all the belligerent flags, as bravely, as loyally, as their fellow-citizens of a different creed; and they have suffered more heavily in Poland than even the Belgian martyrs.
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Every soul in the establishment was loyally convinced that Daniel Povey would be acquitted, and to breathe a doubt on the brightness of this certainty was a hideous crime.
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It was presently perceived that Keziah missed her too-that Keziah, who had loyally opposed the plebeian marriage, was become a turncoat and renegade, blessing where she should have cursed, blaming where she should have praised-yes, blaming even Queen Deborah, who, needless to say, took her head off for it.
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He recounted our many deeds of valor upon the field, our sufferings in camp and upon the march, and especially our supreme heroism and devotion in standing so loyally to our colors in this the dark hour of our country's cause.
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They were outvoted; but they conceived themselves loyally bound to make it a success.
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Now I offer you your choice,—either to stand loyally by me and my grandfather’s house or to join these scoundrels Arthur Pickering has hired to drive me out.
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Not only was he loyally attached to the religion of his fathers through personal training and belief, but he felt that the maintenance of what political authority he possessed was dependent largely on the maintenance of the universal authority of the ancient Church, and practically he needed papal assistance for his many foreign projects.
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For these reasons the bulk of the French people resisted Protestantism of every form and remained loyally Catholic.
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Then, too, the constitutionalists, the bourgeois party which was led by Lafayette and which loyally supported the settlement of 1791, worked for war.
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We loyally help Medicine Man in his work and when he speaketh in the Great Tent.
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Examples of Loyally

Example #1
To do that will be a splendid victory for all that we used to think of as American-for liberty, for individuality, for the freedom of each man to conduct his own life in his own way so long as he does not violate the rights of others, for the responsibility of each man for the evils he brings upon himself by the abuse of that freedom.
Example #2
The time to call a halt is now; and the way to call a halt is to win back the ground that has already been lost.
Example #3
He remained "their loving brother" as yet, and when two days later, Alan Hawke departed for London direct, he mused vainly over the tangled problem until he reported to Captain Anson Anstruther.
Example #4
He instinctively felt that Justine was holding back something of moment, and yet in his heart he felt that the price of that disclosure would be his formal betrothal to the loving Justine.
Example #5
She's tall and thin and doesn't look very strong, and I'm afraid you won't think her a bit pretty.
Example #6
I should say so!" replied Betty energetically.