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  • One version of the story tells of a disloyal young wife and her husband.
  • In their eyes, he was a disloyal subject who sought personal power above all else.
  • They have only a thousand men or so, and some of these men will be disloyal. Cited from The Sleeper Awakes, by H.G. Wells
  • While she elected to keep silence, therefore, it would be disloyal for him to speak. Cited from The Far Horizon, by Lucas Malet
  • I do not think we have ever felt it to be disloyal to see each other in a clear light. Cited from Hugh, by Arthur Christopher Benson
  • No doubt they had a perfect right to do so: but it seemed to him rather disloyal. Cited from Jean-Christophe: In Paris, by Romain Rolland
  • I should so hate myself if I did anything that was disloyal to her. Cited from Dear Brutus, by J. M. Barrie
  • If only for a moment, he had been disloyal to her. Cited from Nest Builder, by Beatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale
  • For a moment, if but in thought, he had been disloyal to his friend, his hero! Cited from The Mayor of Troy, by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • Anyone who then spoke of "free trade" was considered disloyal to his country. Cited from Little Journeys. . .Great Reformers, by Hubbard
  • I will commit no disloyal act, I give you my word for that. Cited from The Idol of Paris, by Sarah Bernhardt
  • I am not disloyal, no matter what else I may be. Cited from The Fighting Chance, by Robert W. Chambers
  • And, further, he had no desire to be disloyal either to him. Cited from The Human Chord, by Algernon Blackwood
  • He would see that she had been disloyal, and he would cease to respect her. Cited from The Short Line War, by Merwin and Webster
  • That she was disloyal to him never entered his head. Cited from The Iron Woman, by Margaret Deland
  • All loyal troops are leaving, and none but disloyal men are left behind. Cited from Winds of the World, by Talbot Mundy
  • If they have made use of disloyal weapons, after all, they are only defending their own country. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, May 1915, V. 2, No. 2
  • She would save her father, her country, and herself, and shame her disloyal cousin. Cited from Historic Girls, by E. S. Brooks
  • A week ago the good people of Paris were disloyal enough. Cited from If I Were King, by Justin Huntly McCarthy
  • Besides, I've felt it almost disloyal to -- keep this thing from him. Cited from Five Little Plays, by Alfred Sutro
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Words starting with disloyal

Meaning of disloyal

  • adjective Deserting your allegiance or duty to leader or cause or principle
    disloyal aides revealed his indiscretions to the papers