unpatriotic

[ US /ənˌpeɪtɹiˈɑtɪk/ ]
[ UK /ʌnpˌætɹɪˈɒtɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. showing lack of love for your country
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How To Use unpatriotic In A Sentence

  • Mr McCain has tried to portray Barack Obama as an unpatriotic socialist.
  • When The Sorrow and the Pity was embroiled in its late - 1960s scandal, it too was denounced as unpatriotic.
  • ‘If our aim is to indoctrinate students with unpatriotic beliefs,’ he said, ‘we're obviously doing a very poor job of it’.
  • The U.S. President has called such inversion deals unpatriotic.
  • They disdained Kerry's internationalism as effeminate, unpatriotic, a character flaw, and elitist.
  • Because maybe people would accuse them of being unpatriotic or anti-American or something…
  • Fans are finding it almost unpatriotic to criticise teams and players, or to revel in their triumphs.
  • unpatriotically he contrived a way of avoiding military service
  • Traditionally, spies revolt against Labour governments because they fear the party is made up of unpatriotic reds.
  • And it is not unpatriotic and not disloyal to dissent with the views of the President, or anyone else for that matter.
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