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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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disloyaldis‧loy‧al /dɪsˈlɔɪəl/ adjective  PPGUNFAITHFULdoing or saying things that do not support your friends, your country, or the group you belong to opp loyaldisloyal to He felt he had been disloyal to his friends.disloyalty noun [uncountable]
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disloyalGovernment MPs who voted against the bill were accused of being disloyal.She took the opportunity despite the fact that many of her colleagues let her know that they judged her disloyal.She felt disloyal and ashamed of herself.She knew it was disloyal, but she could hardly help smiling in reply.Afterwards, the loss of sense of colleagues, disloyal competence and inappropriate publicity would follow.Q.. You do not consider your statement a disloyal one?Slave was abolished not only in disloyal states, but throughout the Union.When this question arises, we think of Amanda, the marketing manager besieged by complaining customers and disloyal subordinates.He didn't want to be disloyal to his employer.But no, I suppose he would have considered it disloyal to the old man.disloyal toMy opinion is that she was disloyal to her family and a traitor to her race.
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