Origin of disloyal
Related formsdis·loy·al·ist, noundis·loy·al·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for disloyal
Disobedient businessmen, disloyal functionaries, and opposition activists—these are the “criminals” the Kremlin wishes to pursue.Putin Toys With Obama as Syria Burns and Snowden Runs Free|Garry Kasparov|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Did this make Romney and other moderates bad or disloyal Republicans?
She was a loyal friend, and she knew I was never going to be disloyal to her.
In strong, matter-of-fact voices, the girls painted themselves as disloyal, untrustworthy, and sneaky.
As for disloyal Democrats, you need to yank the carpet out from under them.
Then the fact that the Christians at last rebelled gives color to the idea already formed that Christianity is disloyal to Japan.The Gist of Japan|R. B. Peery
The bread and meat we fail to get from the loyal States are made good to us from the smoke-houses and granaries of the disloyal.The Citizen-Soldier|John Beatty
To those of us who normally feel loyal to the nation, such a disloyal sentiment brings sharp indignation.An American Idyll|Cornelia Stratton Parker
Likewise there will be just as bad a hell as God's disloyal sons make, and no worse.What and Where is God?|Richard La Rue Swain
There I shall be branded as a coward and disloyal to the trust imposed in me.Lily Pearl and The Mistress of Rosedale|Ida Glenwood