[loi-uhl-tee] –noun, plural ties.
1.the state or quality of being loyal; faithfulness to commitments
2.faithful adherence to a sovereign, government, leader, cause,etc.
3.an example or instance of faithfulness, adherence, or thelike:
a man with fierce loyalties.
1350–1400; ME loialte < MF. See loyal, -ty2
—Related formsnon·loy·al·ty, noun, plural -ties.o·ver·loy·al·ty, noun, plural -ties.un·loy·al·ty, noun, plural -ties.
2. fealty, devotion, constancy. Loyalty, allegiance, fidelity allimply
a sense of duty or of devoted attachment to something or someone.
Loyalty connotes sentiment and the feeling of devotion that one
holds for one’s country, creed, family, friends, etc.
Allegiance applies particularly to a citizen’s duty to his
or hercountry, or, by extension, one’s obligation to support a
party,cause, leader, etc. Fidelity implies unwavering devotion
to a person, principle, etc.
1, 2. faithlessness.
This post by fellow Fem Dom; Ms Joclyn DeVou; spoke to My Spirit.
After ongoing unhealthy communication & interaction with a previously collared slave/boyfriend the word "LOYALTY" is all I can say.