Nobody is patriotically obliged to pay more tax than the law requires.
This led Jacques patriotically to defend them as good baptized Christians, who lived righteously according to their law.
They might persecute the Church just because the Church was patriotically Jewish.
The Duke of York's talents have been patriotically exaggerated in many a treatise.
"Wait until you see some English ones I have seen," he said patriotically.
It had patriotically offered its plant and services to the War Office, and had been repulsed with contumely and ignominy.
They make a point of being as patriotically prophetic as the most "old-fashioned Democrat."
Many people were surprised to find that they could descant sincerely and patriotically upon the might and glories of the Empire.
Most of our workmen are putting every ounce of strength into this urgent work for their country, loyally and patriotically.
It was received, not critically, but patriotically, and its imperfections were swallowed as eagerly as its merits.
1650s, "of one's own country," from French patriotique or directly from Late Latin patrioticus, from Greek patriotikos, from patriotes (see patriot). Meaning "loyal, supporting one's own country" is from 1757. Related: Patriotical.