Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Allegiance"

The meaning of "Allegiance" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You don't need my allegiance mean?
A: allegiance is like loyalty / Treue, it comes from the word ally
Q: What does Where does your allegiance lie? mean?
A: The phrase “where does your allegiance lie” is the same as saying “who are you loyal to”. An allegiance to someone is a commitment to that person.
Q: What does allegiance mean?
A: it means loyalty

Example sentences using "Allegiance"

Q: Please show me example sentences with allegiance.
A: The smaller country pledged its allegiance to the other, to fight against their rival party. The knight vowed his allegiance to the queen. American students pledge their allegiance to the flag in school
Q: Please show me example sentences with allegiance.
A: thank you!
Q: Please show me example sentences with "allegiance".
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Synonyms of "Allegiance" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between allegiance and loyalty ?
A: You have good questions! Tricky, but good! Allegiance is "being" loyal. You pledge allegiance to the flag = you promise/ commit to be loyal/support the country of that flag. Allegiance is "being loyal" to something or someone. I'll try to find example sentences.
Q: What is the difference between allegiance and loyalty ?
A: Allegiance can be from a social or cultural point of view, while loyalty is more personal. My dog is loyal to me, but it would be odd for me to use the word allegiance when referring to my pet, or even to a person that I was emotionally close to. In general, I would say use loyalty for personal relationships and allegiance for things that require a more broad view, though there are some cases where they can be used together.
Q: What is the difference between allegiance and loyalty ?
A: Not really different allegiance is just an old word people don’t use as much now. I would say that allegiance also has some implications of war or battle but now in speech it’s more of a funny way to say loyalty. Allegiance also kind of implies equality of both parties. You wouldn’t say a dog or a servant had allegiance you would say they are loyal. Allegiance is used for two people that make a sort of agreement.
Q: What is the difference between allegiance and loyalty and faithfulness ?
A: Allegiance emphasizes the formal relationship (it might not have emotion behind it). Loyalty emphasizes the feeling of loyalty to a person. For example, saying: "You have my allegiance" is less strong of sentence than "You have my loyalty"

Translations of "Allegiance"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? allegiance
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? allegiance
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? allegiance
A: "Ah-lee-gence"

Other questions about "Allegiance"

Q: Take a pledge/oath/vow of allegiance Which to choose?
A: Any can be used but ‘oath’ is the most common
Q: It can be used "allegiance" the same as "loyalty"? or there is a difference between them?
A: They're synonyms of eachother, so yes =) Loyalty is more often said, however. Allegiance is more formal and not usually used casually.
Q: She is doubtful about whether he switches an allegiance. does this sound natural?
A: She is doubtful about wether he will switch allegiance. Or she has her doubts if he will switch allegiance or not.

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