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loyal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishloyalloy‧al /ˈlɔɪəl/ ●●○ adjective  FAITHFULalways supporting your friends, principles, country etc opp disloyalloyal to The army has remained loyal to the government. a loyal supporter of the team her many years of loyal service to the company loyal customersloyally adverb He has always loyally defended the president.
Examples from the Corpus
loyalTheir fans remain loyal.Card holders not only spend more, but are more loyal.She was described as a loyal friend of the Princess.She has been a good and loyal friend to me.I placed all my loyal guard at the previous Inquisitor's service, did I not?He more willingly identifies himself as Clinton's loyal lieutenant, ready to assume full command.Klein prided himself on being a loyal subject who had served his adopted country with honour.In return the club may see a return to even greater loyal support.a loyal supporter of the Green PartyMany of the party's loyal supporters have begun to question his leadership.Although they continue to argue, she remains fiercely loyal to her mother.Inclan and the people of Puebla remained loyal to Herrera and to constitutional order and refused to accede to his demands.The national guard of Jalisco, however, remained loyal to the government.The army remained loyal to the president.loyal toMost corporate executives do not feel loyal to their firms.
From Longman Business Dictionaryloyalloy‧al /ˈlɔɪəl/ adjective MARKETING if customers are loyal to a particular product, they continue to buy it and do not change to other productsloyal toThe chain is trying to appeal to customers loyal to other fast-food companies.
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