Antonyms for disloyal

Grammar : Adj
Spell : dis-loi-uhl
Phonetic Transcription : dɪsˈlɔɪ əl

Definition of disloyal

Origin :
  • early 15c. (implied in disloyally), from Old French desloial, desleal (Modern French déloyal) "treacherous, false, deceitful," from des- (see dis-) + loial (see loyal).
  • adj unfaithful
Example sentences :
  • Mississippi was disloyal, and didn't deserve to have any representative.
  • Extract from : « Punchinello, Vol. 1, No. 2, April 9, 1870 » by Various
  • You will perceive that I am disloyal to a member of my Council so that I may be loyal to my country.
  • Extract from : « The Snare » by Rafael Sabatini
  • This was considered a sort of disloyal falling away from the ruling feeling.
  • Extract from : « Chance » by Joseph Conrad
  • It would have been disloyal, an admission that all was over, the beginning of the end.
  • Extract from : « Romance » by Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
  • "I demand an explanation of your disloyal conduct," said Angela proudly.
  • Extract from : « A Romance of the West Indies » by Eugne Sue
  • How could Ruth ever become a rebel, disloyal to her rightful sovereign?
  • Extract from : « Daughters of the Revolution and Their Times » by Charles Carleton Coffin
  • Those which you must have received or been shown in order to make you believe me disloyal to you.
  • Extract from : « A War-Time Wooing » by Charles King
  • Will they be disloyal to self, to home, to country, and to God?
  • Extract from : « Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence » by Various
  • It is precisely because we are disloyal to the traitors that we are not disloyal to the people of this country.
  • Extract from : « The Debs Decision » by Scott Nearing
  • However I do not think there was any thing wrong or disloyal to you in their conversation.
  • Extract from : « Greener Than You Think » by Ward Moore

Synonyms for disloyal

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