other words for disloyal
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Then the fact that the Christians at last rebelled gives color to the idea already formed that Christianity is disloyal to Japan.
The bread and meat we fail to get from the loyal States are made good to us from the smoke-houses and granaries of the disloyal.
To those of us who normally feel loyal to the nation, such a disloyal sentiment brings sharp indignation.
Likewise there will be just as bad a hell as God's disloyal sons make, and no worse.
There I shall be branded as a coward and disloyal to the trust imposed in me.
The disloyal were bitter and not always restrained by common prudence.
Detected by the master's eye, disloyal as you are, death is the weighty punishment.
Could his seneschal have deceived him, or could they be so disloyal as to refuse to furnish him with the aid he required?
Whatever else you might call them, you could never call them disloyal.
Indeed, Mysie was a little shocked at her grief, as disloyal and unfilial.
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