- patriot act,
- patriots' day,
Origin of patriotic
Examples from the Web for unpatriotic
The role was originally offered to John Wayne, who rejected it for being “unpatriotic.”Sony: Hollywood’s Most Subversive Studio Under Attack|Marlow Stern|December 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
To have our children in this condition, one in five struggling with hunger is unpatriotic.The Dude Is Up for Breakfast: Jeff Bridges’ New Push on Childhood Hunger|Eleanor Clift|March 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When Ron Paul says that the act itself is unpatriotic, Gingrich responds with the example of Timothy McVeigh.
The perception that liberals are unpatriotic stems from that moment in time and from actions just like that.
But the vast cultural rift is diminishing, and as a result, calling Democrats unpatriotic is becoming a bit harder.
The legislator who puts them in another order is doing an unholy and unpatriotic thing.Laws|Plato
Its clamors of opposition are now more than ever unpatriotic.Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 9 (of 20)|Charles Sumner
When any one raises his fist to oppose present wrongs, he is called “unpatriotic.”Cox--The Man|Roger W. Babson
If this constitutes "worth, prudence and patriotism," let me be worthless, imprudent and unpatriotic.
It was unpatriotic, they declared, and they demanded that he be degraded and fined.Hero Tales of the Far North|Jacob A. Riis
1650s, "of one's own country," from French patriotique or directly from Late Latin patrioticus, from Greek patriotikos, from patriotes (see patriot). Meaning "loyal, supporting one's own country" is from 1757. Related: Patriotical.