Disloyalty Definition

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1. Can we be sure they are free from any taint of disloyalty? 1
2. Certainly, such insubordination and disloyalty would have gotten a less well connected man court-martialed. 1
3. Charges had already been made against certain officials suspected of disloyalty. 1
4. He has shown disloyalty to the party and is not to be trusted. 1
5. He hated happiness bought with disloyalty and cruelty and indifference. 1
6. He was dismayed to learn of their disloyalty. 1
7. He was/felt deeply wounded by their disloyalty. 1
8. Her friends accused her of disloyalty. 1
9. His backers point the finger at the irascible Mr Thaksin, who denies disloyalty to the throne while cocking a snook at "aristocratic" Thai government. 1
10. His disloyalty irritated his wife, who resolutely left home. 1
11. His, disloyalty stabbed me to the heart. 1
12. I don't think he cares for his wife all any more because of her disloyalty. 1
13. I was stabbed to the heart by his disloyalty. 1
14. In 1959 Navarro Rubio had not only not immediately fallen under suspicion of disloyalty, but had actually made Franco back down. 1
15. In France, yellow flowers symbolize disloyalty. 1
16. It is rarely about disloyalty but invariably about clients believing they can do better. 1
17. McCarthyism is the politically motivated practice of making accusations of disloyalty, subversion, or treason without proper regard for evidence. 1
18. Only death could have forced that disloyalty from Melanie. 1
19. People were arrested and deported to Siberia on the slightest suspicion of disloyalty to the czar. 1
20. Perhaps disloyalty to an existing dispensation that has endowed one with one's privileges does look like radical chic. 1
21. Pollsters have searched in vain for pockets of disloyalty. 1
22. Refusing to defend parents, school, or country is disloyalty. 1
23. She felt guilty of disloyalty to her dead husband. 1
24. She put the thought aside, ashamed of her disloyalty. 1
25. The defeats and final failure had been due to others - to their " disloyalty and betrayal ". 1
26. The foreign minister had to pay the price for his disloyalty to the government an resign. 1
27. They may even accuse the child of disloyalty. 1
28. They may even accuse them of disloyalty, or make some spiteful remark about the friends'parents. 1
29. They may even accuse them of disloyalty. 1
30. This pierced me like a sword, and seemed to lay bare my private disloyalty. 1

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