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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'

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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