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
William Hurt is also good as Joe's uncle, an intelligence officer surrounded by traitors.
In the Bible’s book of Samuel, a traitor escapes the wrath of Israel’s King David by hiding in a nearby town.
The dispute is so contentious that when Thessaloniki’s liberal mayor, Yiannis Boutaris, used the name Macedonia in a visit to Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, in November, he was promptly branded a traitor on social media.
Local state media outlets have pictures of these women calling them traitors and going after them.
The other is the Peoples Democratic Party, one of several Kashmiri groups that participate in elections and so are branded traitors by more radical factions.
Another contender, a military veteran, was branded a traitor for suggesting raising minimum age limits.
Gender traitors and rebels are hanged on the wall, a continual threat that any deviance from Gilead will not be tolerated.
The border is tightly guarded by soldiers under the command of Kim, who views those trying to leave as traitors.
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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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