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Mississippi was disloyal, and didn't deserve to have any representative.

You will perceive that I am disloyal to a member of my Council so that I may be loyal to my country.

This was considered a sort of disloyal falling away from the ruling feeling.

It would have been disloyal, an admission that all was over, the beginning of the end.

"I demand an explanation of your disloyal conduct," said Angela proudly.

How could Ruth ever become a rebel, disloyal to her rightful sovereign?

Those which you must have received or been shown in order to make you believe me disloyal to you.

Will they be disloyal to self, to home, to country, and to God?

It is precisely because we are disloyal to the traitors that we are not disloyal to the people of this country.

However I do not think there was any thing wrong or disloyal to you in their conversation.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c. (implied in disloyally), from Old French desloial, desleal (Modern French déloyal) "treacherous, false, deceitful," from des- (see dis-) + loial (see loyal).

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