noun, plural dis·loy·al·ties.
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So does his comment about treason, which plugs into the mentality of those accusing the President of sedition and disloyalty.Paranoia Crept into American Political Life a Long Time Ago|Lewis Beale|October 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Another act, however, may be considered immoral not because it is harmful but because it evinces disloyalty.It’s Official: Religion Doesn’t Make You More Moral|Elizabeth Picciuto|September 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A hothead who believes life itself has betrayed him is liable to take even minor perceived disloyalty as treason.
There is no quicker career-killer than whispers of “disloyalty” to the partisan cause.Partisan Journalists Are Following the Money All Too Literally|John Avlon|November 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The disloyalty meme is, I'd expect, going to get louder.They're popping neck veins already and it's only July.
But while de Brus took nothing by his loyalty to Edward, he suffered for his disloyalty to Balliol.King Robert the Bruce|A. F. Murison
It was as if she were trying, passionately, to make up for some brief disloyalty, some lapse of tenderness.The Creators|May Sinclair
Her very resistance seemed disloyalty to him, as though another shared her with him and strove against him.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson
And it was against their disloyalty and intolerance that the five conditions of the King's pardon were chiefly directed.The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 1 of 2|Egerton Ryerson
Still in the midst of this growing disloyalty the King was always spoken of with affection and respect.A short history of Rhode Island|George Washington Greene