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The duty that was owed by a vassal to his feudal lord
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  1. The duty that was owed by a vassal to his feudal lord
  2. Loyalty or devotion, as to a cause, person, etc.
  3. The obligation of support and loyalty to one's ruler, government, or country
The condition or behavior of engaging in sex only with one's spouse or only with one's partner in a sexual relationship.
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  1. The condition or behavior of engaging in sex only with one's spouse or only with one's partner in a sexual relationship.
  2. Exact correspondence with fact or with a given quality, condition, or event; accuracy:
  3. Faithful devotion to duty or to one's obligations or vows; loyalty; faithfulness
A religious text presenting a prayer, frequently accompanied by an introductory scriptural passage and a homiletic gloss.
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  1. A religious text presenting a prayer, frequently accompanied by an introductory scriptural passage and a homiletic gloss.
  2. An act of religious observance or prayer, especially when private.
  3. Ardent, often selfless affection and dedication, as to a person or principle.
The state or quality of being trustworthy or reliable.
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The process or condition of adhering; adhesion.
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  1. The process or condition of adhering; adhesion.
  2. The extent to which a patient continues an agreed-upon mode of treatment under limited supervision when faced with conflicting demands.
  3. The act of adhering; specif., attachment (to a person, cause, etc.); devotion and support
Property of being staunch.
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The state or condition of being stalwart.
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  1. The state or condition of being stalwart.
The characteristic of being dependable; the ability to be depended upon.
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  1. The characteristic of being dependable; the ability to be depended upon.
The state of being supported:
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  1. The state of being supported:
  2. The provision of money or the necessities of life:
  3. The act of supporting:
The duty that was owed by a vassal to his feudal lord
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  1. The duty that was owed by a vassal to his feudal lord
  2. Loyalty or the obligation of loyalty, as to a nation, sovereign, or cause.
  3. The obligation of support and loyalty to one's ruler, government, or country
Steadfastness, as in purpose or affection; faithfulness.
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  1. Steadfastness, as in purpose or affection; faithfulness.
  2. The state or quality of being unchanging
  3. Freedom from variation or change; regularity; stability
The oath of such fidelity.
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  1. The oath of such fidelity.
  2. (Archaic) Loyalty; fidelity
  3. Allegiance.
The state or quality of being unchanging
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  1. The state or quality of being unchanging
  2. Steadfastness, as in purpose or affection; faithfulness.
  3. Freedom from variation or change; regularity; stability
Allegiance.
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  1. Allegiance.
  2. The duty and loyalty owed by a vassal or tenant to his feudal lord
  3. (Archaic) Loyalty; fidelity
Something created or done in honor, admiration, or celebration of someone or something:
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  1. Something created or done in honor, admiration, or celebration of someone or something:
  2. Special honor or respect shown or expressed publicly.
  3. An act done or thing given to show the relationship between lord and vassal
Steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code:
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  1. Steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code:
  2. The quality or state of being complete; unbroken condition; wholeness; entirety
  3. The quality or condition of being whole or undivided; completeness:
In commercial law, the creation of a security interest in property when the debtor agrees to the security, receives value from the secured party, and obtains rights in the property.
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  1. In commercial law, the creation of a security interest in property when the debtor agrees to the security, receives value from the secured party, and obtains rights in the property.
  2. A bond, as of affection or loyalty; fond regard.
  3. The seizure or freezing of property by court order while an action is pending so that its ownership can be determined, it can be secured to be sold to satisfy a judgment, or its sale or transfer can be prevented so that any future judgment arising from the action may later be secured or satisfied. See also garnishment and replevin.
The characteristic of being true.
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  1. The characteristic of being true.
The quality or condition of being sincere; genuineness, honesty, and freedom from duplicity.
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  1. The quality or condition of being sincere; genuineness, honesty, and freedom from duplicity.
  2. The quality or state of being sincere; honesty of mind or intention; freedom from simulation, hypocrisy, disguise, or false pretense.
  3. The quality or state of being sincere; honesty, genuineness, good faith, etc.
A note prefixed to a literary, artistic, or musical composition dedicating it to someone in token of affection or esteem.
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  1. A note prefixed to a literary, artistic, or musical composition dedicating it to someone in token of affection or esteem.
  2. An inscription, as in a book, dedicating it to a person, cause, etc.
  3. A grant of land, a copyright, or of some other property, or the right of use in land or other property (an easement), for a public purpose. A grant of land, a copyright, or of some other property, or the right of use in land or other property (an easement), for a public purpose.
A financial liability undertaken, as an agreement to buy or sell securities
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  1. A financial liability undertaken, as an agreement to buy or sell securities
  2. Official consignment by court order of a person as to prison or a mental hospital
  3. An order, especially one from a court, directing that a person be taken to and placed in the care or custody of a hospital, mental health facility, prison, or similar institution.
The degree of stability
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  1. The degree of stability
  2. The state of being steady
A duty or obligation imposed by a contract, promise, etc.
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  1. A duty or obligation imposed by a contract, promise, etc.
  2. (Finance) An interest-bearing certificate issued by a government or business, promising to pay the holder a specified sum on a specified date: it is a common means of raising capital funds
  3. A written promise to pay or forfeit money or perform some act upon the occurrence or nonoccurrence of a specific act or the passage of a specified amount of time. See also indenture. A written promise to pay or forfeit money or perform some act upon the occurrence or nonoccurrence of a specific act or the passage of a specified amount of time. See also indenture.
One of the timbers or slabs of concrete laid across a railroad bed to support the rails.
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  1. One of the timbers or slabs of concrete laid across a railroad bed to support the rails.
  2. A string, lace, cord, etc. used to tie things
  3. A beam or rod that joins parts and gives support.
Uprightness in one's dealings; integrity
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  1. Uprightness in one's dealings; integrity
  2. Complete and confirmed integrity; uprightness:
Good name; reputation:
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  1. Good name; reputation:
  2. Used with His, Her, or Your as a title and form of address for certain officials, such as judges and the mayors of certain cities:
  3. A sense of principled uprightness of character; personal integrity:
The quality of being reliable, dependable, or trustworthy.
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  1. The quality of being reliable, dependable, or trustworthy.
  2. The quality of a measurement indicating the degree to which the measure is consistent, that is, repeated measurements would give the same result (See validity).
The sincere intention to be honest and law-abiding, as when negotiating a contract:
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  1. The sincere intention to be honest and law-abiding, as when negotiating a contract:
  2. A party’s state of mind in acting or carrying out an action or transaction, evincing honesty, fairness, full communication of any hidden issues or information, and an absence of intent to harm other individuals or parties to the transaction. A party’s state of mind in acting or carrying out an action or transaction, evincing honesty, fairness, full communication of any hidden issues or information, and an absence of intent to harm other individuals or parties to the transaction.
(--- Christianity) Secure belief in God and a trusting acceptance of God's will viewed as a theological virtue.
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  1. (--- Christianity) Secure belief in God and a trusting acceptance of God's will viewed as a theological virtue.
  2. A set of religious doctrines; a body of dogma:
  3. Loyalty to a person or thing; allegiance:
(Uncountable) The property of being scrupulous.
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  1. (Uncountable) The property of being scrupulous.
  2. (Countable) The result or product of being scrupulous.
The state or characteristic of being conscientious.
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  1. The state or characteristic of being conscientious.
Intense enthusiasm, as in working for a cause; ardent endeavor or devotion; ardor; fervor
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  1. Intense enthusiasm, as in working for a cause; ardent endeavor or devotion; ardor; fervor
Emotional warmth; passion
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  1. Emotional warmth; passion
  2. Eagerness; enthusiasm; zeal
  3. Intensity of emotion, especially strong desire, enthusiasm, or devotion.
The thing determined upon; decision as to future action; resolve
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  1. The thing determined upon; decision as to future action; resolve
  2. A firm decision to do something:
  3. A formal statement of a decision or expression of opinion put before or adopted by an assembly such as the US Congress.
A sphere of ecclesiastical authority.
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  1. A sphere of ecclesiastical authority.
  2. A group of people under such authority.
  3. The state, fact, or an instance of obeying, or a willingness to obey; submission
An act or a course of action that is required of one by position, social custom, law, or religion:
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  1. An act or a course of action that is required of one by position, social custom, law, or religion:
  2. Required action or service:
  3. A legally-defined responsibility to perform certain acts or meet certain standards of performance; an essential element of proof in a tort action is that the defendant had a duty to act in a certain manner, such as the duty to use due care in the operation of a motor vehicle. Duties may be mandated by law, such as the duty to pay taxes, or may be voluntary, such as those assumed under a contract. A legally-defined responsibility to perform certain acts or meet certain standards of performance; an essential element of proof in a tort action is that the defendant had a duty to act in a certain manner, such as the duty to use due care in the operation of a motor vehicle. Duties may be mandated by law, such as the duty to pay taxes, or may be voluntary, such as those assumed under a contract.
Group spirit; sense of pride, honor, etc. shared by those in the same group or undertaking
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  1. Group spirit; sense of pride, honor, etc. shared by those in the same group or undertaking
  2. (Idiomatic) A shared spirit of comradeship, enthusiasm, and devotion to a cause among the members of a group, for example of a military unit.
Unity of purpose, interest, or sympathy:
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  1. Unity of purpose, interest, or sympathy:
  2. A political movement begun in the labor unions of Poland that contributed to the fall of Communism in that country.
  3. Combination or agreement of all elements or individuals, as of a group; complete unity, as of opinion, purpose, interest, or feeling
The condition or behavior of engaging in sex only with one's spouse or only with one's partner in a sexual relationship.
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  1. The condition or behavior of engaging in sex only with one's spouse or only with one's partner in a sexual relationship.
  2. Exact correspondence with fact or with a given quality, condition, or event; accuracy:
  3. Faithful devotion to duty or to one's obligations or vows; loyalty; faithfulness
Something, such as a tie, band, or fastener, that attaches one thing to another.
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  1. Something, such as a tie, band, or fastener, that attaches one thing to another.
  2. The seizure or freezing of property by court order while an action is pending so that its ownership can be determined, it can be secured to be sold to satisfy a judgment, or its sale or transfer can be prevented so that any future judgment arising from the action may later be secured or satisfied. See also garnishment and replevin.
  3. The means by which something is physically attached.
An act of religious observance or prayer, especially when private.
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  1. An act of religious observance or prayer, especially when private.
  2. One or more prayers or other religious practices, specif. of a private or nonofficial kind
  3. Ardent, often selfless affection and dedication, as to a person or principle.
The quality of being fond
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  1. The quality of being fond
  2. Tender or doting affection
  3. An inclination; taste
Fondness; affection
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  1. Fondness; affection
  2. A like; a predilection.
  3. A feeling of attraction or love; fondness:
A feeling of brotherhood and good will toward other people
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  1. A feeling of brotherhood and good will toward other people
  2. An expression of one's love or affection
  3. An expression of one's affection:

Synonym Study

  • Homage implies respect or honor rendered to a person because of rank or achievement, often accompanied by a sense of allegiance
  • Fealty , now chiefly a literary word, suggests faithfulness that one has sworn to uphold
  • Fidelity implies strict adherence to an obligation or trust
  • Allegiance refers to the duty of a citizen to the government or a similarly felt obligation to support a cause or leader
  • Loyalty suggests a steadfast devotion of an unquestioning kind that one may feel for one's family, friends, or country
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