Examples of disloyalty in a Sentence
she was greatly pained by her husband's disloyalty
sexual abuse of a young person by a clergyman is usually regarded as the ultimate disloyalty
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He was accused of desertion, aiding the enemy, soliciting others to desert, and encouraging disloyalty.
In fact, according to The Washington Post's reporting, Trump privately vented about Gorsuch's disloyalty and even about pulling his nomination.
Zinke's comments about disloyalty, coupled with the inquiry into the possible wrongful dismissal of career workers, are indications of the deep divide between Interior's leadership and staff.
The only thing linking these targets, then, is not disloyalty to the president and his agenda, but to some set of peeves Bannon himself holds.
Flake and Corker are retiring from the Senate, but congressional Republicans who want to keep their jobs may pay a serious price for expressing disloyalty.
Plenty of conservatives are outraged by Flake, Corker and McCain's disloyalty, and would happily say good riddance to them all.
Is there a legitimate way to pass a loyalty test, or is the very act of taking such a test proof of disloyalty?
The foreign secretary’s disloyalty is hardly offset by his skills as a diplomat.
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