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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunpatrioticun‧pat‧ri‧ot‧ic /ˌʌnpætriˈɒtɪk, -peɪ- $ -peɪtriˈɑː-/ adjective  not supporting your country
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unpatrioticMany Nepalis regard criticism of the kumari as treasonous and unpatriotic.Sometimes in Bombay I was told that I should not even speak it, or not exclusively; it was unpatriotic.The faction never won a majority, but the party was increasingly circumspect in appearing unpatriotic.The liberal press was said to be unjust, unfair and unpatriotic and deserved to be closed down.Now I am not unpatriotic, and I want to do my bit in this great movement.Liberal policy was unpatriotic because it recognised other national interests and threatened dissolution of the empire.Well then, let us declare it unpatriotic to talk about it.
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