The third and final installment in Divergent trilogy. Written by Veronica Roth.
Person 1: "Hey! Did you read Allegiant?"

Person 2: "My life is ruined. Why Veronica? WHY?"

*throws the book at the wall then quickly rushes over to see if it is okay*
by DSM. November 1, 2013
A book I would have considered good until I got to the terrible ending
Allegiant has the WORST ending ever.
by 20paphonies April 28, 2016
The 3rd book in the divergent series (many consider it the last book some count four)
The meaning of allegiant in the book is the group that is against the factionless and want to go outside the fence it is also hated for SPOILER ALERT not ending in "gent",and killing tris.
(Allegiant also means loyal or faithful)
To find out more read allegiant it starts on page 19
"Because they are allied" Evelyn
by Wordverse March 9, 2016
Low cost airline based out of Las Vegas, NV. With their history of frequent emergency landings and aborted takeoffs, they will make sure that your destination will either not be the one you selected on the website, or back at your home where you started, $250 out of pocket.
I flew Allegiant Air once... Might as well have driven because I know I didn't choose to fly to Denver.
by captainlaforest May 1, 2016
Daily address read throughout public schools in America every morning. Used to be just fine and dandy until President Eisenhower added 'under God' in 1954 to spite the communists.

Now that 'under God' is a clear violation of the Establishment Clause of the federal Constitution, as defined by the Supreme Court in Engel v. Vitale, people push to remove the words from the Pledge. Others, such as fundamentalist Christians, claim we are a country of God. Whatever. THIS IS NOT A THEOCRACY.
I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
by Don't Mess With Texas March 28, 2004
A type of brainwashing invented by the government of the United States and crammed down your throat by schools since preschool. Translated into simpler terms, the pledge means this:

"I promise my complete loyalty to the flag of the United States, and to the government of the United States, which is a country in which everybody believes in and is ruled by 'God' and human rights are honored, with freedom and due process of law for everybody."

Although it promises human rights, there is no evidence of this elsewhere in the country, and half of the people who recite it every day probably do not know what it means. They just say it because they were told to, like good little subordinates.
Yolanda: "Have you recited the pledge of allegiance today?"
Richard: "No. I do not believe in such foolish brainwashing."
Yolanda: "This is not brainwashing"
Richard: "Uh oh, they have already infected you. Now you must be destroyed."
by Jason Q. Dedrickston December 16, 2004