disloyal in AZ Dictionary
- (a) poor loyalty. See Synonyms at faithless.
- (a) Of or related to an absence of loyalty; faithless, traitorous.
- (a) perhaps not loyal; untrue to a sovereign or legal superior, or to the federal government under which one lives; false in which allegiance is due; faithless
- untrue to a single's allegiance; false to one's obligation of loyalty to a sovereign, state, or federal government; not faithful.
- Not true to at least one's responsibilities or engagements; inconstant in responsibility or in love; faithless; perfidious.
- not the case to at least one's allegiance; untrue to at least one's responsibility of commitment to a sovereign, state, or federal government; perhaps not loyal.
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- Synonym for "disloyal"
- treacherous, inconstant, faithless, disaffected, untrue
- Phrases for "disloyal"
- statements disloyal, called disloyal, were disloyal, all disloyal
- Rhyme for "disloyal"
- Equivalent for "disloyal"
- traitorous, renegade, rebellious, recreant, insurgent
- Etymologically Related for "disloyal"
- Same Context for "disloyal"
- treasonable, traitorous, ungrateful, unkind, perfidious