Related formsloy·al·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for loyalist
Longworth was born in 1783 to Loyalist parents in Newark, New Jersey.
Beinart describes a Netanyahu loyalist and a right-winger—which is what the Israeli electorate endorsed twice.
But Assad loyalist strongholds and natural advantages in the surrounding mountains, can they take it?
The Foundation of Sirte, a local NGO, says that Abdul had no record of having been an active Gaddafi loyalist.Libya Is Still Riven by Violence as Loyalists and Rebels Alike Keep Killing|Jamie Dettmer|July 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Upon being captured, Libyan forces tried to load him into a vehicle when loyalist forces engaged in a gunfight.
The lot of the Loyalist or "Tories" as they were popularly termed, was not a happy one.Legends of Loudoun|Harrison Williams
Italy concentrates on espionage, with particular attention to Mexican aid to Loyalist Spain.Secret Armies|John L. Spivak
W Proprietor of Loyalist newspaper, arrested and released, 75.
Then if all this is true, and you came down with Sir Henry and his company, you must be a loyalist?Peggy Owen Patriot|Lucy Foster Madison
What loyalist would weep while he read the news-item—the arch traitor Jeff.The Iron Furnace|John H. Aughey