Examples of traitor in a Sentence
She has been called a traitor to the liberal party's cause.
He was a traitor who betrayed his country by selling military secrets to the enemy.
Recent Examples of traitor from the Web
Wouldn’t a savvy leader like Negan just end a traitor then and there?
The March 4 murder attempt on a Russian traitor fits a pattern of recent actions aimed at ensuring obedience to the Kremlin and, as Putin puts, to maintaining national unity around a national identity.
The Kremlin has flatly denied any involvement in the attack, even as state television announcers have pointedly referred to the poisoning as a warning to traitors.
Though Stalin himself has passed, his amorphous reality still pertains: Today’s truth (My wife was a traitor) may be inverted 180 degrees by tomorrow (My wife was a good woman framed by conspirators).
Russia has denied any role in the attack, while at the same time using state media to suggest the attack was a justified strike at a traitor.
Using such a weaponized Russian nerve agent to kill a Russian traitor is clearly telegraphing guilt.
As a New York City plainclothes officer, Serpico was labeled a traitor for refusing payoffs and reporting corruption.
Trump’s notion that Sessions is a traitor is beginning to filter down to his loyalists.
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Origin and Etymology of traitor
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Definition of traitor for English Language Learners
: a person who is not loyal to his or her own country, friends, etc. : a person who betrays a country or group of people by helping or supporting an enemy
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