undutiful

adjective
un·​du·​ti·​ful | \ˌən-ˈdü-ti-fəl, -ˈdyü-\

Definition of undutiful 

: not dutiful

Other Words from undutiful

undutifully \ ˌən-​ˈdü-​ti-​fə-​lē , -​ˈdyü-​ \ adverb
undutifulness noun

First Known Use of undutiful

1582, in the meaning defined above

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