- disloyal + -ly (Wiktionary)
“The consequence of this financial policy was an immense opportunity for the "disloyally" and the parasites to make huge war profits out of the”
“It usually infuriates me when people say that writers are just "looking for copy", because it is very rarely the case, but the idea skipped disloyally through my mind for one uncomfortable moment.”
“In fact our government went so far, in 1958, as to declare May 1st "National Loyalty Day," which makes anyone officially participating in a Workers Day rally disloyally un-American.”
“He grunted and disappeared, Walter following disloyally at his heels.”
“I am going to get my own pony, which is better than any YOU will ever see because I am going to cooperate with my FORMER friends, (whom I have disloyally left behind in the dust).”
“The short answer: your most-convertibles are going to be folks who already buy your brand, but "very disloyally.”
“Considering how disloyally and in bad faith the army recruits new soldiers, I feel, I fear, we have to put a stop to it.”
“These twelve private credit monopolies were deceitfully and disloyally foisted upon this Country by the bankers who came here from Europe and repaid us our hospitality by undermining our American institutions.”
“Then, perhaps having seen the error of his choice in the damage it's wreaking in non-Evangelical circles, he has disloyally thrown her to the wolves.”
“They were called traitors, were called unpatriotic, and were accused of the cardinal British aristocratic sin of disloyally failing to support their own side, of batting against their own side.”
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