disloyally : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r without loyalty; in a disloyal manner
his men acted disloyally and betrayed him in the end
- President Thomas Garrigue Masaryk of Czechoslovakia said recently, rebuking malcontents at Prague, "I have never met an Englishman who spoke disloyally of his country.
- But the earth, obedient to the sun's commands, disloyally moved Her Majesty into the overpowering heat.
- Brother Billy Carter, wearing a sports shirt emblazoned BELLY FLOP AND CANNON BALL DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS, disloyally took the mound for the "Newsies.
- William Kelley in Raw Story
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...