disloyal


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showing lack of love for your country

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deserting your allegiance or duty to leader or cause or principle

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You could even say to him that you're really glad he's finding happiness, but that it's still a bit hard for you, and you almost feel a bit disloyal to your friend.
The Jupiter research showed that many online content ventures have not delivered on the Internet's one-to-one targeting promise, primarily because of their largely anonymous and somewhat disloyal user bases.
Only 10% would be disloyal to their team while 25% would ditch a partner if they met someone better, a poll revealed yesterday.
The exceedingly competitive retail environment has encouraged the development of a highly price conscious, rather disloyal consumer who often holds retailers to extremely high standards of execution.
GORDON Brown's mistake was giving disloyal Siobhain McDonagh a job in the first place.
Taguba, who retired in January, told the New Yorker magazine: "To be accused of being disloyal and overzealous cuts deep into me.
I will never vote Labour again while any of those disloyal so-called friends of Blair are in any position of control in a future government.
Brighton chairman Dick Knight accused Henderson of being disloyal and of poor timing in asking for a move a week after Mark McGhee was axed as boss.
For dearly dumped Tory leader David McLetchie, for the disloyal Monteith, even for new leader Goldie, they're all in roughly the same place as they were when it started.
Kewell says the story portrayed him as a cunning and disloyal player.
Mr Broderick added: "This 'climate' also creates a culture of fear within organisations whereby staff are afraid to speak their minds or highlight internal problems for fear of being perceived by senior management as disloyal.
But after some 29 years and after nearly 12 years as governor here, I am free to say that the people of Lagos and indeed the Westerners are the lowest,the most seditious and disloyal,the most purely prompted by self-seeking money motives of any people I have met,' Lord Lugard 1916.
Later, talking to media in the premises of Accountability Court, Nawaz Sharif said that PTI's Chief Imran Khan is disloyal person which is matter of grave concern.
I don't mean to be rude or to be seen to be disloyal but there needs to be a major improvement to the reshuffle Tory MP Sir Nicholas Soames on what some regarded as a botched reshuffle operation Social mobility matters to me and our country more than my ministerial career Justine Greening, who resigned as education secretary and refused the offer of secretary for work and pensions The Government's big plan for the new year is to dodge the real issues and reshuffle the pack in a pointless and lacklustre PR exercise Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn It is Corbyn's Labour that is by far the greatest threat to the future of Britain, not Brexit Lord (William) Hague, former Tory leader
The Latvian Constitutional Court has ruled that the amendments to the Education Law enabling the authorities to fire teachers, who are found to be disloyal to the state of Latvia, are in line with the Constitution.