disloyal

Disloyal vs Un - What's the difference?

disloyal | un |


As an adjective disloyal

is without loyalty; faithless, traitorous.

As a pronoun un is

one (impersonal pronoun).

Treasonous vs Disloyal - What's the difference?

treasonous | disloyal |


As adjectives the difference between treasonous and disloyal

is that treasonous is like or in the way of treason while disloyal is without loyalty; faithless, traitorous.

Disloyal vs Inconstant - What's the difference?

disloyal | inconstant | Synonyms |

Disloyal is a synonym of inconstant.


As adjectives the difference between disloyal and inconstant

is that disloyal is without loyalty; faithless, traitorous while inconstant is not constant; wavering.

Disloyal vs Dishonest - What's the difference?

disloyal | dishonest | Synonyms |

Disloyal is a synonym of dishonest.


As adjectives the difference between disloyal and dishonest

is that disloyal is without loyalty; faithless, traitorous while dishonest is not honest.

Disloyal vs Treacherous - What's the difference?

disloyal | treacherous |


As adjectives the difference between disloyal and treacherous

is that disloyal is without loyalty; faithless, traitorous while treacherous is exhibiting treachery.

Disloyal - What does it mean?

disloyal | |

Disloyal vs Changeable - What's the difference?

disloyal | changeable |


As adjectives the difference between disloyal and changeable

is that disloyal is without loyalty; faithless, traitorous while changeable is capable of being changed.

Disloyal vs Cheating - What's the difference?

disloyal | cheating |


As adjectives the difference between disloyal and cheating

is that disloyal is without loyalty; faithless, traitorous while cheating is unsporting or underhand.

As a verb cheating is

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As a noun cheating is

an act of deception, fraud, trickery, imposture, or imposition.

Betray vs Disloyal - What's the difference?

betray | disloyal |


As a verb betray

is to deliver into the hands of an enemy by treachery or fraud, in violation of trust; to give up treacherously or faithlessly; as, an officer betrayed the city eg quresh betrayed sunil to marry nuzhat.

As an adjective disloyal is

without loyalty; faithless, traitorous.

Disloyal vs Disgruntle - What's the difference?

disloyal | disgruntle |


As an adjective disloyal

is without loyalty; faithless, traitorous.

As a verb disgruntle is

to make discontent or cross; to cause being in a bad temper.

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