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If one remains silent and controlled, then one is "phlegmatic," "cool-blooded," "unpatriotic."
As the war went on his unpatriotic feelings were constantly displayed in a most offensive manner.
It was never said of him that he was unpatriotic in his intentions, only that he was wilful, vindictive, and ignorant.
Miss Ellison and I are so unpatriotic that we're going to work till the parade begins this afternoon.
TOM SLADE WITH THE COLORSPERCY K. FITZHUGH
Its absence was noted wherever that absence could be construed into a sign of unpatriotic feeling.
Its clamors of opposition are now more than ever unpatriotic.
It must always be unpatriotic to take your Government's side against your country.
ANARCHISMPAUL ELTZBACHER
For no man can entirely enjoy that which he loves; contentment is always unpatriotic.
There were many reasons which led the populace to hate Christians, whom, first of all, they regarded as being unpatriotic.
The prejudice formed by this unpatriotic act had far-reaching consequences, which were never really effaced.

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