Definition of Loyaller
1. loyal [adj] - See also: loyal
Lexicographical Neighbors of Loyaller
loyaller (current term)
Literary usage of Loyaller
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Euripides by Euripides (1912)
"My wish should win their sanction ; yet, if I 350 Show cause withal, the loyaller shall they be. For I have made the land one single realm, A free state, ..."
2. Studies of a Biographer by Leslie Stephen (1902)
"No one, as she assures Browning, had a heart ' loyaller, and purer, and more compelling to gratitude and reverence, than his,' as she sees it. ..."
3. Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle by Jane Welsh Carlyle (1883)
"Never had I loyaller or more effective help; nowhere was there a more honest-minded man; really of fine talent, too; clear, swift discernment, ..."
4. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1876)
"... conceiving always that I hold my ears by a better tenure than he holds his nose, being a loyaller subject to my prince than he -hath grace to be, ..."
5. Plays by Albert Ellery Bergh (1900)
"... had served me further, till my cause Clash'd with his duty to his sovereign, Which, as became a loyal subject, sir, (And never sovereign had a loyaller ..."
6. Our Young Folks by John Townsend Trowbridge, Lucy Larcom, Gail Hamilton (1872)
"It's my notion, Joe," he said, "that we can't change the features God gave to our mind, any more than the features of our body; and the loyaller we are in ..."