Allegiance : Synonyms and Antonyms


( Noun )

Members of Parliament took the oath of allegiance to the Queen.


1. Adherence

2. Constance

3. Devotion

4. Duty

5. Faithfulness

6. Fealty

7. Fidelity

8. Homage

9. Obedience

10. Obligation

11. Consistency

Contextual Examples:

The Gold leaf will adhere to any clean metal surface. We prefer Gold only for its adherence.

She has played with great consistency all season.

Her devotion to the job left her with little free time.

Martial fidelity is not valued as highly as it once was.

He describes his book as homage to his father.

They attended the party more out of a sense of obligation than anything else.


1. Disloyalty

2. Faithfulness

3. Falseness

4. Inconstancy

5. Infidelity

6. Perfidy

7. Treachery

8. Treason

Contextual Examples:

He has been accused of disloyalty to the party.

She tolerated her husband’s frequent infidelities.

In the second part of the drama he learns of Giovanni’s perfidy swears revenge.

In this country treachery and treason are considered criminal offences

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