allegiance

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 [əˈliːdʒəns]


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allegiance

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. has [undying, absolute, questionable] allegiance (to)
  2. Her allegiance is [undying].
  3. pledge allegiance to the [flag, country, nation, duty]
  4. swore his allegiance to the [flag]
  5. my allegiance lies with
  6. Where does your allegiance lie?
  7. We will find out where your allegiance lies.
  8. knows where her allegiance lies
  9. say the pledge of allegiance (in schools)
  10. won her allegiance [by, through]
  11. allegiance and [fidelity, loyalty, support]
  12. your allegiance should (not) be with
  13. owe her their allegiance (for)
  14. accused of allegiance with the enemy
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