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Yet it also sent those branded as disloyal to harsher conditions at the Tule Lake camp in California.

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He felt Scull was disloyal — no longer a collector, but a profiteer.

During World War I, a New York State law banned public schools from using textbooks containing material “disloyal to the United States.”

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We have been shocked by this corrupt system, where the most disloyal and inappropriate behavior is being repeated.

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Mader even told the Swiss paper that he purposefully did not promote gay Swiss Guards out of fear that they would be disloyal.

At the same time, the “Ted Cruz Republicans,” as King called them, had been consistently disloyal.

Disobedient businessmen, disloyal functionaries, and opposition activists—these are the “criminals” the Kremlin wishes to pursue.

In other words, imagine being disloyal in a way that was not detectable by the people you were betraying.

His critics have seized on this interview to say Hagel harbors anti-Semitic notions about Jews being disloyal or foreign agents.

Desmond would not willingly confess himself disloyal, yet it is plain that he liked Queen Elizabeth best at a distance.

The complainants had unwisely mixed the charge of disloyal speeches, etc., with Church innovations.

The Nationalists have left no stone unturned in their efforts to prove that the northern Protestants are disloyal.

I came up to a house yesterday where the Dutch farmer, who was known to be disloyal, had just been arrested and taken away.

Mrs. Brookenham had repeatedly asked herself where in the world she might have found the money to be disloyal.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disloyal, such as: disaffected, untrustworthy, unpatriotic, alienated, apostate, and cheating.

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