disloyalty

[ dis-loi-uhl-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF disloyalty

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If she still desired his friendship, there was no disloyalty to Sidney in giving it.

It was the only thing to do, and yet it seemed almost like disloyalty to Malcolm Dunn.

Could it be that Mercy—No; the idea of Mercy's disloyalty to him was really too ridiculous.

Papa is all out of sorts with what he terms the disloyalty of the people.

The machine should tell you that I'm not doing so out of disloyalty.

It reeked with scurrility and disloyalty from beginning to end.

It was no disloyalty to Tim; it was no greediness for name and wealth.

Angry he was at Warboise's disloyalty; angrier at the manner of it.

Ever since I've known you you've been deploring the disloyalty of the Irish people.

The thought seemed like disloyalty, so I banished it and went to bed.

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