disloyalty definition

  • noun:
    • the grade of being disloyal; faithlessness.
    • A disloyal work.
    • An act of being disloyal; a betrayal.
    • the standard of becoming disloyal.
    • wish of commitment; lack of fidelity; breach of allegiance.
    • Want of loyalty; specifically, violation of allegiance or duty to a sovereign, state, or government.
    • Want of fidelity to a single's obligations or engagements; inconstancy in responsibility or in love; faithlessness; perfidy. Spectator.
    • the standard of becoming disloyal
    • the standard of being disloyal; faithlessness.
    • A disloyal act.
    • An act of being disloyal; a betrayal.
    • The quality of being disloyal.
    • Want of commitment; lack of fidelity; infraction of allegiance.
    • Want of respect; especially, infraction of allegiance or responsibility to a sovereign, condition, or government.
    • Want of fidelity to at least one's responsibilities or involvements; inconstancy in responsibility or in love; faithlessness; perfidy. Spectator.
    • the quality of being disloyal
    • the caliber of becoming disloyal; faithlessness.
    • A disloyal act.
    • An act to be disloyal; a betrayal.
    • the standard of becoming disloyal.
    • wish of loyalty; decreased fidelity; infraction of allegiance.
    • desire of respect; specifically, breach of allegiance or task to a sovereign, state, or federal government.
    • Want of fidelity to at least one's obligations or involvements; inconstancy in duty or perhaps in love; faithlessness; perfidy. Spectator.
    • the caliber of being disloyal

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