Example sentences for: allegiance

How can you use “allegiance” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In any case, large portions of France were independently controlled by powerful dukes whose allegiance to the king was only nominal.

  • Enforced homogeneity of thought--including allegiance to mathematics über alles --fits perfectly with the vision of economics as an ideology.

  • If you turn round and do it to me, it probably means you are being duplicitous in some way—switching allegiance; reversing an opinion.

  • 2) The country's two prime ministers, who will run against each other in elections next year, are vying for the allegiance of Khmer Rouge bosses and are building well-armed rival armies of "bodyguards."

  • The next year, a large group of Scottish churchmen and nobles signed the National Covenant, a declaration condemning the new liturgy and pledging allegiance to the Presbyterian faith.


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