[ UK /dɪslˈɔ‍ɪə‍lti/ ]
[ US /dɪˈsɫɔɪəɫti/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quality of being disloyal
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How To Use disloyalty In A Sentence

  • He put dissidents, or those suspected of a scintilla of disloyalty, into stinking jails which were often death centres.
  • The internees had done nothing wrong, but many felt shamed by being singled out, locked away, accused of disloyalty; to criticize the government might seem to prove they were in some way guilty.
  • By your historically unprecedented disloyalty, you have betrayed our trust.
  • The letter stated that her involvement in the resolution ‘demonstrated faithlessness in and disloyalty to the University and exhibited an unwillingness to work for the common good of the University.’
  • In such an atmosphere, it is inevitable that dissent will be equated with disloyalty and that the line between the two will be blurred.
  • In such societies, one's eccentric taste is always more likely to be construed as a threat to the community - as a signifier of disloyalty - than as an icon of aspiration.
  • Perhaps disloyalty to an existing dispensation that has endowed one with one's privileges does look like radical chic.
  • Frederick takes what he calls seconds; neighbours misunderstand it for an expression of disloyalty. Love at Paddington
  • venality," had quite as much to do on the part of those who wished to perpetuate the government of disloyalty, proscription, and persecution as on the part of those who desired to "render unto Cæsar the things that are Cæsar's," and to place the Government of Massachusetts, like that of the other New England Colonies, upon the broad foundation of equal and general franchise and religious liberty. The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 1 of 2. From 1620-1816
  • The president appreciated that his defense secretary didnt play out his battles in the media unlike, say, Powell and that he never uttered a word of disloyalty toward him. In the Shadow of the Oval Office
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