- disloyal (adj.)
- early 15c. (implied in disloyally), from Old French desloial, desleal (Modern French déloyal) "treacherous, false, deceitful," from des- (see dis-) + loial (see loyal).
- 1. She was so disloyal to her deputy she made his position untenable.
- 2. He was accused of being disloyal to the government.
- 3. The new president carried out a purge of disloyal army officers.
- 4. I am led to believe that he is disloyal to us.
- 5. The disloyal thought was instantly suppressed.
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