NounAllegiance (plural Allegiances)
Adjectives for Allegiance
ill-defined; supreme; unflinching; unfaltering; passionate; vague; firm; absolute; self-sacrificing; divided; faithful; half-hearted; enthusiastic; constrained.
Verbs for Allegiance
abandon; affirm; begrudge; bid for; cease - to; confer; declare; desert; disavow; dissolve; exact; follow with; free from - to; gain; imply; pledge; profess; render; renounce; repudiate; seek; supplant; swear; throw off; violate; vow; withdraw; binds; comforts; continues ; ties.
Synonyms for Allegiance
Antonyms for Allegiance
acquiescence; adherence; adhesion; assigned task; attachment; bona fides; bond; bonne foi; bounden duty; burden; business; call of duty; charge; commitment; compliance; conformity; consecration; constancy; dedication; deference; devoir; devotedness; devotion; duteousness; duties and responsibilities; dutifulness; duty; ethics; faith; faithfulness; fealty; fidelity; firmness; good faith; homage; honor; imperative; line of duty; loyalty; mission; must; obedience; obediency; obligation; observance; onus; ought; piety; place; respect; self-imposed duty; service; servility; servitium; staunchness; steadfastness; submission; submissiveness; suit and service; suit service; tie; troth; true blue; trueness; willingness
Middle English aliegiaunce from Anglo-Norman legaunce "loyalty of a liege-servant to one's lord" from Old French legeance from Old French lege, liege "liege, servant", of Germanic origin. More at liege.