Disloyal and Trustworthy


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Disloyal adjective – Not true in one's allegiance to someone or something.
Usage example: we sensed that he was disloyal and would eventually turn on us

Trustworthy is an antonym for disloyal in topics: treacherous, unfaithful.
Nearby Words: disloyalty, disloyally
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Trustworthy adjective – Worthy of one's trust.
Usage example: a trustworthy bodyguard who would never blab to the tabloids

Disloyal is an antonym for trustworthy.
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character disloyal character trustworthy character
member disloyal member trustworthy member
commander disloyal commander trustworthy commander
officers disloyal officers trustworthy officers
Other nouns: lieutenants.
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