Business and Loyalty


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Business noun – The act or fact of violating the trust or confidence of another.
Usage example: the price for giving the drug lord the business was certain death

Loyalty is an antonym for business.
Antonyms for Business


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Loyalty noun – Adherence to something to which one is bound by a pledge or duty.
Business is an antonym for loyalty.
Nearby Words: loyal, loyally, loyalist
Antonyms for Loyalty
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How words are described

good good business good loyalty
high high business high loyalty
actual actual business actual loyalty
real real business real loyalty
Other adjectives: huge, evil, little, personal, new, military, primary.

Both words in one sentence

  • Nucky's final downfall is largely a result of him viewing them only as business partners because of his own poor grasp of familial loyalty.
  • Undying Loyalty His loyalty extends beyond even the business aspect of it all.
  • New Look, Same Great Taste! However, they had strong brand loyalty, so it was difficult for them to change the brand completely (there really isn't that much separating different brands of toothpaste, so brand loyalty is very important in the business).
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Antonyms for business
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