disloyally

ADVERB
  1. without loyalty; in a disloyal manner
    his men acted disloyally and betrayed him in the end
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How To Use disloyally In A Sentence

  • It usually infuriates me when people say that writers are just "looking for copy", because it is very rarely the case, but the idea skipped disloyally through my mind for one uncomfortable moment. With the Kisses of His Mouth by Monique Roffey – review
  • She was also accused of philistinism, particularly because of a remark she made at a private dinner party, disloyally leaked by a fellow guest.
  • These twelve private credit monopolies were deceitfully and disloyally foisted upon this Country by the bankers who came here from Europe and repaid us our hospitality by undermining our American institutions. PUTTING THE "FEDERAL" BACK IN THE FEDERAL RESERVE
  • It was said there that a key factor in determining whether there was a breach of a fiduciary duty is a finding that the fiduciary acted disloyally in placing its interests ahead of the beneficiary's.
  • Immediately she was accused of disloyally taking a president's son outside the United States for his education.
  • She found herself thinking disloyally, He must be a lousy lecturer.
  • I am going to get my own pony, which is better than any YOU will ever see because I am going to cooperate with my FORMER friends, (whom I have disloyally left behind in the dust). CT-SEN: Can Lieberman Be Pushed From Race?
  • The consequence of this financial policy was an immense opportunity for the "disloyally" and the parasites to make huge war profits out of the Abraham Lincoln and the Union; a chronicle of the embattled North
  • his men acted disloyally and betrayed him in the end
  • He grunted and disappeared, Walter following disloyally at his heels. Last Night at Chateau Marmont
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