Definitions

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  • n. The state of owing one's service (particularly of a soldier, warrior, knight, rider) to a king, queen, or other ruler.

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Examples

  • They want loyalty and fielty but are the first to dump someone for political expedience.

    Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) Endorsing Obama

  • Daily making our obligatory sacrifice giving fielty to Wu-Mart or Gen Dynamics, his cut of our crops.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Many claim fielty to some mainstream ideology apparently just labels and wind.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Outside our little bubbles we must make our obligatory sacrifice giving fielty to Wu-Mart or Gen Dynamics his cut of our crops.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • The fascist nexis which includes Bushco, DLC, and AIPAC is tryin ta slice off a good chunck of the black vote by usin Jefferson to reign in the CBC and make ‘em say “yessir boss” in public while Emmanuel packs the Democratic congrssional field with little Republicrats who owe fielty to AIPAC and the DLC.

    Firedoglake » David Broder, Pantysniffing Pervert

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