• (noun): A person who is loyal to their allegiance (especially in times of revolt).
    Synonyms: stalwart

Some articles on loyalist, loyalists:

Canadian Heraldry - Unique Canadian Elements and Practices - United Empire Loyalists
... Military The Loyalist coronets Those who are descended from the citizens loyal to the British Crown who fled the United States during and shortly after the revolution are ... There are two versions of the Loyalist coronet the civil, which is made up of alternating oak and maple leaves, and the military, made up of maple leaves ... Proof of Loyalist heritage must be provided to the Canadian Heraldic Authority before permission is granted to use the coronet in arms ...
American Artists' Congress - Organizational History - The Loyalist Movement in Spain
... great deal of political and artistic efforts to the Loyalist cause ... The organization urged lifting the American embargo of arms to the Loyalists and revising the Neutrality Act of 1937, which prohibited such aid ... Spanish Civil War, which raised money to send ambulances, food, and clothing supplies to the Loyalists ...
Loyalist Association Of Workers
... The Loyalist Association of Workers (LAW) was a militant unionist organisation in Northern Ireland that sought to mobilise trade union members in support of the loyalist cause ...
Loyalist, Ontario - Demographics
... Canada census – Loyalist, Ontario Community Profile 2001 ... Population Land area Population density Median age Total private dwellings Mean household income 16,221 (7.7% from 2006) 341.04 km2 ...
Samuel Adams (Loyalist)
... Samuel Adams (1730 – January 1810) was a physician and surgeon, farmer, and loyalist soldier from Arlington, Vermont ... In 1776, he was captured by Whigs for his loyalist sympathies and he and his sons were imprisoned ... and his sons settled in Southeastern Ontario, alongside other disbanded Loyalist troops ...

Famous quotes containing the word loyalist:

    In the genuine hope that this peace will be permanent, we take the opportunity to pay homage to all our fighters, commandos and volunteers who have paid the supreme sacrifice. They did not die in vain. The union is safe.
    —Combined Loyalist Military Command. New York Times, p. A12 (October 14, 1994)