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Definition of "disloyalty" []

  • The quality of being disloyal; faithlessness. (noun)
  • A disloyal act. (noun)
  • The condition or an instance of being unfaithful or disloyal (noun)

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Use "disloyalty" in a sentence
  • "Clearly, disloyalty is not an attribute of Gonzales, who has shown himself willing to perform virtually any task for his “Godfather,” no matter how dishonest or demeaning."
  • "The president appreciated that his defense secretary didnt play out his battles in the media unlike, say, Powell and that he never uttered a word of disloyalty toward him."
  • "Attorneys are political appointees who serve at the pleasure of the President, and because disloyalty is a valid ground for dismissal, there's nothing to criticize."