unpatriotic[ pey-tree-ot-ik or, esp. British, pa- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unpatriotic
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The legislator who puts them in another order is doing an unholy and unpatriotic thing.
The principal shopkeepers of Monaghan have unpatriotic names.
It seems a most unpatriotic proceeding to pay them in German money.
Remember, not all the German-Americans in this country are unpatriotic.
I could not think that he was so vain, so greedy, so selfish, and so unpatriotic.
Let alliances of marriage with the English be stamped as unpatriotic.
It is not unpatriotic to hold that opinion if a man is a Douglas man.
At least, if he does so, he earns for himself the character of an unpatriotic poltroon.
A person with no opinion on public affairs is a coward and unpatriotic.
All this, even while they cheered, seemed to them unpatriotic.