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disloyalty

noun dis·loy·al·ty \-ˈli(-ə)l-tē\

Definition of DISLOYALTY

:  lack of loyalty

Examples of DISLOYALTY

  1. <she was greatly pained by her husband's disloyalty>
  2. <sexual abuse of a young person by a clergyman is usually regarded as the ultimate disloyalty>

First Known Use of DISLOYALTY

15th century

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