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Loyal or faithful; staunch.
[From the adoption of the color blue by 17th-century Scottish Presbyterians in opposition to the Royalists' red.]
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unwaveringly or staunchly loyal, esp to a person, a cause, etc
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) chiefly Brit a staunch royalist or Conservative
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a person who is true-blue.
unwaveringly loyal or faithful.
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|Adj.||1.||true-blue - marked by unswerving loyalty; "a true-blue American"; "a reliable true-blue country club conservative"|
loyal - steadfast in allegiance or duty; "loyal subjects"; "loyal friends stood by him"
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adjective staunch, confirmed, constant, devoted, dedicated, loyal, faithful, orthodox, uncompromising, trusty, unwavering, dyed-in-the-wool He is true-blue when it comes to football.
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