There is no quicker career-killer than whispers of “disloyalty” to the partisan cause.
In baseball, players do that all the time in free agency, and no one makes a peep about disloyalty.
After all, Gaddafi killed his own trusted cousin Hassan Eshakal after suspecting him of disloyalty.
So does his comment about treason, which plugs into the mentality of those accusing the President of sedition and disloyalty.
The whole state of Arizona may be under house arrest for suspicion of disloyalty.
Captain General, it hurts my soul to say it, but there is disloyalty on the ships—it is everywhere.
The thought seemed like disloyalty, so I banished it and went to bed.
He grew ashamed of himself, realizing that a foolish and unwarrantable jealousy had led him into a species of disloyalty.
There must be no risk of disloyalty to Evelyn, were it only in thought.
And they rouse within Hindu youth who go to England a radical spirit of discontent and disloyalty.
early 15c., from Middle French desloyaulte, from Old French desloiaute, desleauté "disloyalty, faithlessness, marital infidelity," from desloial (see disloyal). Especially of allegiance to a state or sovereign since c.1600.