unfilial

[uhn-fil-ee-uhl]
adjective
not befitting a son or daughter; violating the customary obligation of a child to a parent.

Origin:
1605–15; un-1 + filial

unfilially, adverb
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Slaves were often adopted, and if they proved unfilial, were reduced to slavery again.
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