Definition of disloyally in English:

disloyally

adverb

  • See disloyal

    • ‘She was also accused of philistinism, particularly because of a remark she made at a private dinner party, disloyally leaked by a fellow guest.’
    • ‘Immediately she was accused of disloyally taking a president's son outside the United States for his education.’
    • ‘It was said there that a key factor in determining whether there was a breach of a fiduciary duty is a finding that the fiduciary acted disloyally in placing its interests ahead of the beneficiary's.’
    • ‘‘I found it boring myself,’ he says, disloyally.’
    • ‘She found herself thinking disloyally, He must be a lousy lecturer.’

Pronunciation

disloyally

/dɪsˈlɔɪəli/