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disloyally

See definition of disloyally on Dictionary.com
  • as infalsely
  • as intreacherously

synonyms for disloyally

  • maliciously
  • basely
  • behind one's back
  • crookedly
  • dishonestly
  • dishonorably
  • faithlessly
  • falseheartedly
  • malevolently
  • perfidiously
  • roguishly
  • traitorously
  • treacherously
  • underhandedly
  • unfaithfully
  • unscrupulously
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antonyms for disloyally

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  • honestly
  • truthfully
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How to use disloyally in a sentence

Pray, Sir John, by what authority do you act thus disloyally?
YORKSHIRE FAMILY ROMANCEFREDERICK ROSS
He disloyally pleaded that he was much more comfortable that way.
G. H. Q.FRANK FOX
But it was also the end of what Joan had disloyally spoken of to him as her vacation.
WHY JOAN?ELEANOR MERCEIN KELLY
He had been disloyally treated by Portugal, he had been dismissed by Genoa.
THE LIFE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS FROM HIS OWN LETTERS AND JOURNALSEDWARD EVERETT HALE
They were being ruthlessly destroyed by their friends, to whom they had been, so to speak, almost disloyally loyal.
JOHN QUINCY ADAMSJOHN. T. MORSE
She had been betrayed; horribly, cruelly, disloyally left for another woman.
AINSLEE'S MAGAZINE, VOLUME 16, NO. 2, SEPTEMBER, 1905VARIOUS
He hated to talk disloyally about his friend, but he felt that Bill ought to know.
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WORDS RELATED TO DISLOYALLY

  • basely
  • behind one's back
  • crookedly
  • dishonestly
  • dishonorably
  • disloyally
  • faithlessly
  • falseheartedly
  • malevolently
  • maliciously
  • perfidiously
  • roguishly
  • traitorously
  • treacherously
  • underhandedly
  • unfaithfully
  • unscrupulously
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.