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unpatriotic (ˌʌnpeɪtrɪˈɒtɪk Pronunciation for unpatriotic ; ˌʌnpæ-) 



  1. not enthusiastically supporting one's country and its ways of life

Example Sentences Including 'unpatriotic'

EUROPE Minister Peter Hain was accused of exploiting the war effort last night after he claimed Eurosceptics were " unpatriotic ".
Sun, News of the World (2001)
Emotion at such times is not shallow or self-indulgent, nor unpatriotic or pointless.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Except whether it's never, ever, unpatriotic to question anything in a democracy.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
In what most decent Germans would regard as an unpatriotic way, no less.
Townsend, Eileen In Love and War
It sounded defeatist and unpatriotic , and Harold Wilson was strongly against it.
Frost, David David Frost-An Autobiography-Part One
She used words like irresponsible, and dangerous, and downright unpatriotic.
Kippax, Frank The Scar
The refusal to shut up is neither unpatriotic nor anti-American.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Why she needed to do this was puzzling since nobody has accused her of being unpatriotic.
India Today (1999)


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