be loyal to

See: obey
References in classic literature ?
To be loyal to rags, to shout for rags, to worship rags, to die for rags -- that is a loyalty of unreason, it is pure animal; it belongs to monarchy, was invented by monarchy; let monarchy keep it.
The government wants us to be loyal to a very narrow part of being an Israeli.
Let's not divide Bahrain into the haves and have-nots, with the present generous handouts to aid the poorer side of the community, let everyone be loyal to Bahrain.
For a start, how can you be loyal to both Tesco a foxed book .
Citizenship demands from me to be loyal to the law, but not to the values or ideologies of the state.
I will be loyal to the players who got me here when it comes to the World Cup because they have the experience.
Emphasis on order also implies the need to be loyal to a tradition - sometimes there is a yearning to return to the ways that "used to work.