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double–cross

verb dou·ble–cross \ˌdə-bəl-ˈkrs\

: to cheat or deceive (someone) especially by doing something that is different from what you said you would do

Full Definition of DOUBLE-CROSS

transitive verb
:  to deceive by double-dealing :  betray
dou·ble–cross·er noun

First Known Use of DOUBLE-CROSS

1903

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