Definition of Disloyally

1. Adverb. Without loyalty; in a disloyal manner. "His men acted disloyally and betrayed him in the end"

Partainyms: Disloyal
Antonyms: Loyally



Definition of Disloyally

1. adv. In a disloyal manner.

Definition of Disloyally

1. Adverb. In a disloyal manner. ¹

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Definition of Disloyally

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disloyally

dislocations
dislodge
dislodgeable
dislodged
dislodgement
dislodgements
dislodges
dislodging
dislodgment
dislodgments
dislogistic
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disloigns
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disloyally (current term)
disloyalness
disloyalties
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dismal
dismal science
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dismalness
dismalnesses
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Literary usage of Disloyally

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1. Reminiscences of Charles Durand of Toronto, Barrister by Charles Durand (1897)
"This is one of the most important—Attempt to establish Responsible Government by Baldwin—The Family Compact disloyally stop* it—Sir Francis Bond Head a mere ..."

2. Memoirs of Benjamin Franklin by Benjamin Franklin, William Temple Franklin, William Duane (1834)
"Feeling as men, and thinking as subject» in the manner we do, silence would be disloyally. ... disloyally ..."

3. Reminiscences of Charles Durand by Charles Durand (1897)
"... Compact disloyally stop* it—Sir Francis Bond Head a mere tool—It ends and old rule goes on—How things stood in 1836, and prior—A synopsis— Sketch of WL ..."

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