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Definition of "disloyally" [dis•loy•al•ly]

  • In a disloyal manner. (adverb)

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Use "disloyally" in a sentence
  • "The consequence of this financial policy was an immense opportunity for the "disloyally" and the parasites to make huge war profits out of the"
  • "It usually infuriates me when people say that writers are just "looking for copy", because it is very rarely the case, but the idea skipped disloyally through my mind for one uncomfortable moment."
  • "In fact our government went so far, in 1958, as to declare May 1st "National Loyalty Day," which makes anyone officially participating in a Workers Day rally disloyally un-American."
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