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Antonyms for disloyally

without loyalty


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not to act or speak disloyally in matters which are connected with his
Thus, if one friend reveals a secret told to her in confidence by the other, she acts disloyally, because she fails to meet that normative expectation.
These are the people who are subject to prosecution for treason if they act disloyally toward their country.
You demand my complete allegiance,/so disloyally I slip away.
These terrorists are religiously and mentally retarded, as there is nothing in Islam that allows them to disloyally strike unarmed or innocent people.
109) Examples are acting disloyally, breaches of contractual relationships without just sporting cause, opportunitic holding out by player or team, and preventing the performance of a sporting duty.
SAVE hundreds by becoming a credit-card rate tart - disloyally switching from zero-per cent deal to zero-per-cent deal.
Even Jane Austen's publisher John Murray, who had commissioned Scott to be polite, disloyally admitted that the book lacked "incident and Romance" (qtd.
I've heard the accusation that Henrik Larsson acted disloyally when he rejected the offer to return to Barcelona and went to Old Trafford instead.
But for those who think that the left winger has acted disloyally, or left to earn more money, his response was swift and factual: "I could be in the Premiership now.
Maybe the sun has gone to people's heads,'' said spokesman Graham Sharpe a little disloyally.
Furber's battle with his irrepressibly effulgent word-making gets its pithy formulation in religious terms a little later in his section: "He tried to rally his thoughts and form them in unassailable squares, but not a line would hold, they broke ahead of any shooting, and the Logos wandered disloyally off, alone, rudely hiccoughing and chewing on pieces of raw potato, looking surly and dangerous" (85).
Roy is comfortably at home with the idea of punishment, and indeed punishes Sarah at this very point by saying disloyally to Lisbet, 'Now, that man must have eaten Sarah's cooking, a risk many have taken, I imagine'.
If Cot acted disloyally toward France, it has yet to be proven.