- n. 效忠；忠诚；忠实
the loyalty that citizens owe to their country (or subjects to their sovereign)
- He swore fealty to his motherland.
- He took an oath of fealty to the king.
- There is no doubt with his fealty.
- The ties of family seem stronger than the oaths of fealty.
- In traditional chinese family, people adhere to the fealty to their parents.
The Bishops were also obliged to swear fealty to the Prince.出自： G. Burnet
Each bent the knee To Bruce in sign of fealty.出自： Sir W. Scott