Definition for DIS-LOY'AL

DIS-LOY'AL, a. [dis and loyal; Fr. deloyal; Sp. desleal.]

  1. Not true to allegiance; false to a sovereign; faithless; as, a disloyal subject.
  2. False; perfidious; treacherous; as, a disloyal knave. – Shak.
  3. Not true to the marriage bed. – Shak.
  4. False in love; not constant. – Johnson.

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