disloyally disloyally


  • (adv) without loyalty; in a disloyal manner


  • But the earth, obedient to the sun's commands, disloyally moved Her Majesty into the overpowering heat.


  • "The US Attorneys themselves haven't fired any shots. Harriet feels very strongly that we shouldn't respond to the merits, even though we are convinced that they have disloyally stirred up the Senators," William Kelley, an official in the White...
    on Jun 13, 2007 By: William Kelley Source: Raw Story

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