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Use "anti-national" in a sentence
"The notice asks for the commercial to be withdrawn, and an apology to be put in newspapers and on TV, as it brings "disunity and friction" in the India team and "can be termed anti-national"."
"The fact that this war led to the destruction of the European nations and the rise of the Israeli one is another reason for anti-national liberals to look upon it with scorn: to them, Israel appears to be resisting the lessons of history."
"The North's state media separately criticized South Korea for rejecting its latest dialogue overture earlier this week, calling it "intolerable, anti-national" behavior."