disloyalist

disloyal

[dis-loi-uhl]
adjective
false to one's obligations or allegiances; not loyal; faithless; treacherous.

Origin:
1470–80; < Middle French desloial, Old French desleal, equivalent to des- dis-1 + leal loyal

disloyalist, noun
disloyally, adverb


unfaithful, perfidious, traitorous, treasonable.
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disloyal (dɪsˈlɔɪəl)
 
adj
not loyal or faithful; deserting one's allegiance or duty
 
dis'loyally
 
adv

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disloyal
late 15c., from O.Fr. desloial, from des- (see dis-) + loial (see loyal).
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