proditorious

adjective
prod·i·to·ri·ous | \¦prädə¦tōrēəs\

Definition of proditorious 

archaic

: apt to betray secret thoughts

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History and Etymology for proditorious

Middle English, from Latin proditus + Middle English -orious

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