Related formsloy·al·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for loyalism
Loyalism became an attitude of protective chivalry; nothing could have consolidated the dynasty more firmly.General Bramble|Andr Maurois
(e) Designs of rulers, giving rise to popular or aristocratic factions—complicated by questions of succession and loyalism.The Evolution of States|J. M. Robertson
Punishment for loyalism was not, however, left merely to chance.Washington and his Comrades in Arms|George Wrong
Hopes of a success to be gained through French disaffection were as ill-founded as those based on American loyalism.
A man suspected of loyalism would be summoned to a meeting of the "sons of liberty," and ordered to take an oath to them.